A fake version of YouTube has been opening Syrian activists up to cyber attacks.
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Sticking up for protestors' rights, hacking group Anonymous takes down a tear gas manufacturer's website and emails.
Now that Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has a stake in Twitter, how will the company react if a uprising occurs in Riyadh?
Hint: You could be a Person of the Year too, if you've shown up at Zuccotti Park or any other Occupy sites.
Fearing more organized and documented protests, Syrian authorities threaten confiscation and prosecution for iPhone use.
Non-profit group United Against Nuclear Iran makes a pretty good case.