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· April, 2009

Stories about Technology from April, 2009

Liberians Are Talking, Are You Listening?

"Liberia's national image has been defined by parachute foreign correspondents for nearly its entire history, since it was first founded as an independent republic by freed Black slaves from the...

Kazakhstan: Internet Regulation Amendments

Kazakhstan: Internet Regulation Amendments Adopted in First Reading

Yesterday the Kazakh Parliament's lower chamber has approved the first reading of the draft law on online regulation, which is meant to equate all websites (including blogs, social networks, chatrooms,...

China: Mash-ups in history

Pakistan: Pak Voices

Cuba: Path to the Future

Guyana: e-Waste

United Kingdom: Barcamp Transparency to discuss Internet monitoring by government

A new U.K. government plan to monitor all email, phone calls, and internet use as part of a counter-terrorism initiative has already sparked lots of negative commentary in forums and...

“Cashing In On Swine Flu: How Ethical Is That?”

Egypt: Wandering Internet Trolls

China: Tracking swine flu on Twitter

Swine flu for China so far is a chance to reflect [zh] on how SARS was prevented from becoming a pandemic, and the steps being taken now in Mexico and...

China: Why people don't use voicemail

Mapping the Arab Blogopshere

Trinidad & Tobago: Re-engineering

Africa: Africa's Best Blog Design

Thailand: Anti-censorship Site Got Blocked

Palestine: Blog About Palestine Day on May 15

Russia: Baymurat (aka Jimmy) Singing Bollywood Song

Japan: 50 Japanese Twitter Bots to Follow

Kyrgyzstan: Disputes on .kg domain continue

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