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11 April 2011

Stories from 11 April 2011

Brazil: Mapping a Traditional Music Instrument Online

Russia: Hacker Explaines Why He Broke Website of “Zenith” Soccer Team

Russian Security Forces Ready to “Crash” Internet

Russian Silicon Valley Has Unusually Expensive Website

Russian Bloggers Plan Flashmob Against Federal Tax Service

Jamaica: Cruel Cartoon?

Haiti: Relevance of Lavalas

Bahamas: The Play's the Thing

Cuba: Threat of the Internet

Guyana: Men's Issues

Russia: Bloggers Debate Military Operation in Libya

RuNet Echo

The situation in Libya, especially after the start of military operations by Western countries, has become one of the main topics of discussion in the Russian blogosphere. Marina Litvinovich analyzes...

Iran:TV anchors before and after revolution

Belarus: Bombings in the Minsk Subway

El Salvador: Blogging About Ordinary Life in El Salvador

Mexico: Bloggers Reflect on Elections in Peru

Honduras: US State Department's Human Rights Report

Uganda: Is It a Crime to Walk to Work?

#walk2work is a trending topic in Uganda's Twittersphere. Walk to Work is a campaign organised by the opposition in Uganda to protest high fuel and food prices.

Kenya: Netizens React to ICC Charges Against Six Kenyans

On 7 and 8 April, 2011, the International Criminal Court (ICC) confirmed charges against six prominent Kenyan individuals whom the ICC prosecutor Louis Moreno Ocampo believes bear the most responsibility...

Russia: Environmentalist Sousveillance Project to Watch Over Water Reservoirs

Russia: Analysis of the Latest DDoS Attacks By Security Expert

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