> "Tiny-revenue microblogger really worth $10bn?"
But at $300 million, it is probably the cheapest way to ensure that you can track down and deal with your Arab Spring dissidents.
A Saudi prince whose investment company claims to have a fondness for free speech has plopped $300m into the coffers of Twitter, the 140-characters-at-a-time social networking service widely touted as an enabler of this year's Arab Spring. "Our investment in Twitter reaffirms our ability in identifying suitable opportunities …
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