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· July, 2009

Stories about Technology from July, 2009

24 July 2009

Africa: The arrival of Seacom cable sparks debate

The arrival of an undersea cable that will increase bandwidth and lower Internet access costs throughout Africa has sparked debate and interest in the African blogoshere. Seacom, which links South...

22 July 2009

Japan: No Twitter for Election Campaigns

Cambodia, Thailand: ilovethailand website sparks controversy

The recently launched website ilovethailand.org is causing a stir online. Thailand's Prime Minister announced that the website is intended to restore the country's image and unify the nation in light...

Trinidad & Tobago: Journalistic Integrity

Controversial Thai Prime Minister website

Jakarta blasts: Twitter vs mainstream media

Japan: Internet users in the world

Global: The push to boycott Shark Week

A group of scientists, scuba divers and self-described shark lovers are using the blogosphere to publicize their criticism of the Discovery Channel’s “horror-show” portrayal of sharks during its annual Shark...

21 July 2009

Russia: Social Networking

Poland: #KDT Battle in Warsaw

Polish blogosphere had an interesting day today due to the conflict between shopkeepers of Kupiecki Dom Towarowy - a shopping complex in the center of Warsaw - and the police....

Japan: Japanese characters as ccTLD?

19 July 2009

Dominican Republic: Wikiproject to Create Content

Azerbaijan: Activists’ support site goes down

Yesterday, as Önər Blog [AZ] reported, the Appellate Court in Baku was to consider again the case of Emin Milli and Adnan Hajizade, the recently beaten and detained youth activists...

Belarus: Arms trade rescues regime

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