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Anonymous – Operation Malaysia Successful

The Malaysian Government became the latest target of the online hacker group Anonymous last night. At least 41 government sites were disrupted by the attack, although the Malaysian Government is not releasing the specific names of the sites in question.

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Tunisia Bans Adult Websites: Backtracks on Censorship Reversal Progress

Tunisia is banning all adult websites after a court order called on the Tunisian Internet Agency to impose a blockade. The X-rated websites are seen as posing a danger to children and are considered contrary to Muslim values, according to

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Tunisian Blogger Resigns From Government Over Internet Censorship

Tunis – A renowned Tunisian blogger who was imprisoned during the country’s Jasmine Revolution announced Tuesday his resignationfrom the country’s interim government, apparently in protest over the resumption of internet censorship. Slim Amadou, 23, minister for sport and youth, announced

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Tunisia: Internet Censorship Makes a Comeback

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Tunisia Hosts Post-Revolutionary Art Exhibition (Video Report)

Source: PressTV

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Tunisian PM Resigns; Police Break Up Demonstrations in Capital

Source: VOA   Tunisia‘s interim Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi has announced his resignation, saying he hopes it will “help his successor work to solve the country’s problems.” The resignation was announced as police clashed with protesters, a day after three

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Algerian Police Clamp Down on Rally in Capital

Source: VOA – By Lisa Bryant   Riot police officers detain a protester during a demonstration in Algiers, February 19, 2011 Hundreds of Algerian police broke up an anti-government rally in the capital Saturday, taking away at least one opposition

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Morocco: An Attack Against a Site to Circumvent Egyptian Censorship

Source: Ennahar Online (English Edition) RABAT – a Maghreb site located in Morocco, offered to Egyptian users a program to circumvent censorship on the net, was the victim of a “sophisticated” cyber attack that made it inaccessible,” said its manager

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Internet Censorship Complicates Problems in Tunisia

Source: The Collegian Online – By Kyle Miller A single flame can ignite revolution. In the case of Tunisia, it happened when a desperate man chose to set himself on fire. In December, Mohamed Bouazizi set himself aflame to protest

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Telecommunication Servers Allow Egyptians to Break Censorship

Source: Home Daily News – By Richard French server has internet access available to the Egyptians a “small window with which to connect by telephone to the network and thus break the blockade imposed by the Egyptian authorities on Friday

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