A Free Internet? Twitter Blocked in Tunisia and Egypt

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A Free Internet? Twitter Blocked in Tunisia and Egypt

January 25, 2011

The latest news from Tunisia and Egypt is reminiscent of the government crackdowns on social networking sites from Iran during 2009.  According to an article published this week, Egypt appears to have blocked access to Twitter in response to citizens using social networking sites to organize protests against the government.  The Internet, for many in this world, is not free.

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