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Screenshot Another sad and bad news for troubled Egypt, Intel is closing its offices in Egypt and firing all employees according to sources in Egypt. Intel confirmed the news and said its closing its R&D and engineering unit in a statement sent to the media Intel said that it is committed to the Egyptian market and the decision have nothing to do wit...
Screenshot After deleting the Iraqi Revolution page for the third time, facebook went into more unjust measures by banning any users from creating a page that has the title “Iraqi Revolution” in Arabic. We tried to create a page that has the title “Iraqi Revolution” in Arabic “الثورة العراقية" and facebook system did not allow y...
Screenshot When the Egyptian army which is baked by the US government launched a coupe against a democratically elected president , opposition to the coupe gathered on one of Cairo's squares called Rabea but after around a month of gathering the army along with the police stormed the strike and killed around 3 thousand peaceful protesters. Including this ge...
Screenshot An anti Muslim brotherhood hacker has hacked the website of Egyptian Judges club in protest of sentencing young woman in Alexandria, Egypt to 11 years in prison time over demonstrating and joining an unauthorized organization the Muslim motherhood. The hacker wrote on the hacked website “i never imaged that one day I will defend a Muslim br...
Screenshot Anonymous has hacked over 3000 “Israeli” websites and 20343 Emails Government in the group’s new wave of cyber-attacks against “Israel.” The operation was named #OpTrollIsrael . The leaked data is claimed to be originating form 'Net Bio-Lab-wiki Israel Gov' & 'Age-Phenome Wiki', which are Government source. Leaked data contains Na...
Screenshot The U.S. Embassy is hosting Timothy Perkins -- also known as Mr. Science -- on his visit to Jordan from November 17 – 20. Mr. Perkins was formerly the host of The Mr. Science Show, a weekly U.S. science program for children that explained scientific concepts through hands-on experiments, stunts, silly songs, and stories. The Mr. Science S...
Screenshot In UAE posting photos or video without permission can bring up to six months in prison and fines as high as 500,000 dirhams, nearly $140,000. Authorities in UAE are warning social media user, that photos of individuals posted online without their consent could lead to jail. According to UAE’s Al Ittihad newspaper. The newspaper quotes Interio...
Screenshot Amr AbdelRahman was a bright geek and executive as many Egyptian members of the tech community recall him. He was managing director to pioneering iPhone app developer and content blog iPhoneIslam. The company has many milestones in its belt, from the first to Arabize iPhone iOS to developing the first iPad phone to developing many successful iPh...
Screenshot Minister of Telecom and information technology in Egypt has decided to form a committee to study how online instant messaging services work and how legal it is and what level of threat does it pause to Egypt’s national security. Of course in tyrant regimes use the term national security of a country not as actually meaning the wellbeing of t...
Screenshot Facebook released its first-ever transparency report on Tuesday, detailing the number of times governments around the world asked for information on its users and how many times the facebook turned over the data requested. The report reveals that Egypt have asked for the data of 11 users but those request were denied by facebook. Qatar h...
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