The first glimmerings of internet liberalisation were evident in Tunisia this weekend. CNN reports that filters on popular sites such as Facebook and YouTube have been lifted, and this appears to have led to speedier access speeds across the local internet. Whether this is enough to placate a populace enraged by years of …
I'll die for your right to watch skateboarding dogs.
No. Even in bold like that, it still doesn't make sense.....
I wish my president followed through on promised change so quickly.
suffering in Tunisia
Meanwhile food supplies have been destroyed by rioters, groceries burned, train stations burned, and the country will take years to recover. Thousands will likely die as the rioting continues for the "fun of it" as the employment situation cannot change for 5 years if the government is better than Ali! I think this country might have gone from bad to worse with a long term hope of ????
They beat them to death with sticks too, takes a while to die. Bang, baNG, BANG, BANG, BANG.
@ jane the author : it was not a youtube revolution. former president has offered free net and speech in his last appearance on tv but Tunisians refused cos it was a dignity revolution.
for your information : facebook never was blocked and all Tunisians access you tube using hacking programs