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 After launching Speak to Tweet service that enables Egyptian to record a voice mail which will be tweeted automatically, Google went ahead and launched a Google Crises Response page for Egypt. The page contains Google tools such as Google Transparency Report which displays web  traffic to Google services from Egypt, YouTube Channels and S...
Screenshot Update: google issued the following statement: "A Googler, Wael Ghonim, is missing in Egypt. He has not been seen since late Thursday evening in central Cairo. The safety of our employees is very important to Google, so if anyone has any information please call the following U.K. number: +44 20 7031 3008." Update2: some people say that it...
Screenshot As theIinternet access remains blocked in Egypt a group of engineers from Google, Twitter and SayNow worked together in launching speak-to-tweet service— giving the  ability for anyone to tweet using just a voice connection. Anyone can tweet by simply leaving a voicemail on one of these international phone numbers (+16504194196 or +390662207...
Screenshot As Egypt is going under massive demonstrations, Wikileaks the number one leaks sites has started posting US State dep. cables about Egypt. The cables include: Torture and police brutality in Egypt are endemic and widespread Thousands of Egyptian military officers trained by US. "The Egyptian 'people blame America' now for their plig...
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 Sweden based mobile and Computer live streaming service bambuser has confirmed our report that it was blocked in Egypet at 1 CET today. Along with Twitter and other news websites reporting on the demonstrations. Bambusa said in a blog post "Prior to services like Bambuser entering the field, protestors would record videos, uploading them t...
Screenshot Egyptian authorities went into blocking spree, Egyptian users told ArabCrunch that  Twitter is blocked where the hashtag #jan25 is being used to update users about the revolution in Egypt against government dictatorship and corruption. VodaFone Egypt Twitter account confirms this with this tweet. other web sites reported blocked are: Ba...
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