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Screenshot As the Libyan revolution rage, renesys confirms that the 13 globally routed Libyan network prefixes were withdrawn at 23:18 GMT (Friday night, 1:18am Saturday local time), and Libya was off the Internet. But it went back as Rensys post says " Two-thirds of Libyan routes came back to life at 6:01 UTC (8:01 local time), and the remainder were res...
Screenshot As anti government demonstrations rage in Libya, according to Aljazeera news channel Libyan authorities have blocked Facebook and Twitter in the capital Tripoli. Calls to Libyans for a day of anger against the regime has been spreading throughout Facebook, Aljazeera also reported that its Arabic site Aljazeera.net has been blocked all over ...
Screenshot Hosni Mubarak is gone, yes gone and we are happy about it, the dictator is gone, The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is ousted and just handed power to the army. This is the 3d week  of the blessed Egyptian revolution, it all started on Facebook with Khaled Saed page ( the young man who was killed while being beaten up by Egyptian police) w...
Screenshot Syrian authorities have unblocked Facebook and YouTube, a good news for syrian online population who have been using the 2 sites via different ways such as proxy servers or VPS. This news has been confirmed by several users in Syria and by one of the popular sites in Syria (Syria news) who said that the unblocking comes after a call on Face...
Screenshot Updated: confirmed he was released. After being missing for around 2 weeks, news surfaced that Wael has been in custody by the Egyptian regime and that he was released few hours ago. R.N.N one of facebook pages that specialize in updating the public about the revolution in Egypt said that he was released and posted in what appears a pic of hi...
Screenshot Few hours ago ArabCrunch sources inside Egypt told us that the internet is back to the country and that there is no blocking of any site. Egyptian authorities turned off the internet on the 28th of last month in a bid to end the demonstrations in Egypt. It also blocked Facebook Twitter and other sites as these platforms are used by activist ...
Screenshot In a bid to stop the revolution from spreading  Egyptian authorities shut down the internet all together along with cell phone services according to Aljazeera Arabic channel. Today is Friday and 100s of thousands are expected to join demonstrations after the Muslim pray of friday. #image via RNN....
Screenshot Early today, Egyptian authorities unblocked Facebook and Twitter, but they went into blocking it again according to ArabCrunch sources in Egypt. The blocking is an attempt to stifle the Friday of Anger demonstrations tomorrow against dictatorship and tyranny, as Facebook and Twitter are used by activists to inform the world about the Egyptian re...
Screenshot Yesterday night Internet users in Egypt told ArabCrunch that Twitter and Facebook are unblocked in Egypt and they can access normally both social networks. Egyptian authorities blocked both social networks to prevent activists from using them in order to prevent them form informing the public about the revolution that started in Egypt on Jan 25...
Screenshot This 25th of January, the day Egyptian activists rallied Egyptians to demonstrate across Egypt against the rule of Egypt's President Hussni Mubarak and harsh economic conditions. 10s Thousands of rallied across Egypt in a bid to emulate the Tunisian revolution that toppled its dictator Zien Al Abden Ben Ali. Egyptians were creative in usi...
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