Posts Tagged ‘Tunisia’


Screenshot Tunisian regime has kidnapped 6 members of the Tunisian hactivist group Fallaga on charges of hacking French and Zionist websites. The group was part of #opFrance which hacked more than 19,000 French websites in retaliation for CharliHebdo publication of cartoons which insults the messenger of God Mohammad SAWS. The Tunisian pirate party pre...
Screenshot "Demons of Hack” a hacker group that support the Palestinian cause has hacked 13,000 “Israeli” accounts on facebook and publish them online. "Israeli" channel 10 has reported the incident according to Barq News and said the hacker group come from Gaza and Tunisia. The channel said that the hacker has infiltrated these accounts in the ...
Screenshot Our friend Slim Amomo 33 years old free speech and open source activists was arrested around 2 weeks ago during the Tunisian revolution against the regime of fallen president Zien Al Abden ben Ali. Slim was released few days ago and now has been appointed by the prime minister as Secretary of State for Youth and sports in Tunisia. Slim is a ...
Screenshot Mohamed Bouazizi, an unemployed 26-year-old university graduate (correction he did not finish a BA degree as per Tunisian Arabic newspaper Sabah who interviewed his sister) sold groceries illegally in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid to survive as he could not find a job. When police confiscated his produce because he didn't have a permit he becam...
Screenshot Apple recently posted an updated Terms of Agreement for publishing applications to the App Store, and among the changes are newly added countries in which Apple's iTunes Store is set to expand, these countries are: Jordan, Tunisia, Armenia, Botswana, Bulgaria, Kenya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Niger, Senegal and Uganda. In t...
Screenshot A new project to aggregate tweets in the region has popped up today, BabTounes aggregates tweets from Tunisia whenever someone mentions Tunis in English or Arabic in their tweets. BabTounes also allows its members to use it and to cross post tweets from the website to twitter, one of the nice features it has and Twitter lags is the ability for t...
Screenshot MENA 100 Business Plan Competition, is organized by the MENA-OECD Enterprise Financing Network, in cooperation with the Islamic Development Bank and the MENA Center for Investment. and in partnership of MENA 100 regional Partners including QRCE. The MENA 100 Competition addresses innovative entrepreneurs, from the 18 Arab countries participating...
Screenshot   A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the cellular tariffs for 46 cellular operators in 19 Arab countries. Operators in Lebanon have the highest average cost of prepaid cellular minutes in the Arab World while those in Morocco have the highest average cost of postpaid cellular minutes. Egypt and Yemen offer the lowest average cellula...
Screenshot   The Arab Advisors Group analyzed the ownership structure and revenues of all fixed PSTN line and cellular operators in sixteen Arab countries. The analysis aimed at examining the "actual" level of privatization and state ownership in each country measured by the proportionate share of each operator of total market revenues. The analysis also ...
Screenshot Arab Advisors Group has analyzed recently the ADSL rates in nineteen Arab countries. Iraq and Mauritania have the highest ADSL fees, while Egypt and Algeria have the lowest fees. When rates are analyzed in relation to GDP per capita in each country, the GCC countries and Libya lead the pack. ADSL remains the prevailing Internet broadband technol...
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