· May, 2010

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from May, 2010

Anti-censorship movement in Tunisia: creativity, courage and hope!

Following the recent massive wave of online censorship carried out by the Tunisian censor, targeting major social websites, such as the popular video-sharing websites, flickr, blogs aggregators, blogs, facebook pages...

Egypt: Misuse of World Wide Web, Official Charge Against Activists

AlKhalifa misdemeanor court will consider the case 8260/2009 on Saturday 22nd of May 2010, in which judge Abdel Fattah Mourad is accusing Ahmed Seif – Director of Hisham Mubarak Law...

Facebook: Interested in Palestine? Not anymore.

When Facebook rolled out its latest feature, “Connections,” in April 2010, many users were confused by the changes. The opt-in feature, intended to create a broader sense of community around...

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