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· June, 2009

Stories about Technology from June, 2009

Israel: Best iPhone Applications for Hebrew Speakers

Israel: 7th Most Internet Connected Country in World

Israel: Bedouin Village Relies on Green Energy

Israel: Music Videos Unite Jewish & Arab Youth

Ukraine: Blogging Priest Scandal

Egypt: Play and put an end to Torture

Jordan: MPs Drafting a Law which requires Website Passwords

A new electronic sites law is being reviewed and drafted by the Jordanian Parliament which requires website administrators to provide their site's passwords to the government's Printing and Publication Directorate....

Japan: On How to Perceive the Japanese Web (Part One)

Reporter Yuka Okada from the Japanese tech news site ITmedia brandished her well-regarded interviewing skills for a one-on-one session with Mochio Umeda. The result was “The Japanese web is ‘disappointing':...

China: July 1 Operation: Jump the Great Fire Wall

Ecuador: Everything Ready for BarCamp in Guayaquil

Palestine: Discussing The Arabic Blogosphere

China: Chinese netizen reactions to CCTV attacking Google

Bahrain/Tunisia: Censors of the Net

Arab World: Berkman Launches New Arab Blog Study

Palestine: Finding Lost Relatives Online

Tanzania: Blogger arrested for publishing manipulated images of the president

The alleged owner and blogger of the blog Ze Utamu ( has been arrested in Tanzania. The alleged arrest has been in discussed at Jamii Forum, a popular Tanzanian Online...

Pakistan: Enriching Google Map Data

Iran: FaceBook in Persian

Iran: Google translates Persian

CCTV's propaganda campaign against

On June 18th, China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre (CIIRC) published a report in its frontage condemning for spreading obscene contents. The report, titled as “Strongly condem google for...

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