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Twitter Inaccessible in Egypt Amid Ongoing Protests

Reports coming out of Egypt today indicate that Twitter has become inaccessible in the country amid civil unrest in the country. TechCruch cited Herdict reports today as they continue covering the protests in real time. Fourteen inaccessibility reports for Twitter in Egypt were filed on Herdict just today, with 16 total coming from the country […]

Former Iranian President’s Website Blocked in Iran

The Telegraph UK reported a few weeks ago that Iran’s government has recently blocked Iranian ex-President Mohammad Khatami’s website, Led by current president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the administration banned access to Khatami’s posts, in which he expresses his opposition to Admadinejad. A website affiliated with the main opposition group led by Mir Hossein Mousavi confirmed […]

Department of Defense Blocks Iraq Troops’ Access to Pro-LGBT Website

Last Saturday, The Hill reported that the Department of Defense was actively blocking access to the Courage Campaign website from troops currently stationed in Iraqi. According to reports, a soldier in Iraq informed the organization of the ban. The online-based grassroots organizes that boast 700,000 current members recently wrote to Secretary of Defense Robert Gates […]

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