Egypt blocked Internet

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EGYPT blocked Internet connectivity!



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read “The fear of the mighty power of the Internet in Egypt, China etc.” at (bing-machine translation German to English)
http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=&to=en&a=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kleinezeitung.at%2Fnachrichten%2Fpolitik%2Faegypten%2F2665658%2Fangst-maechtigen-vor-macht-des-internet.story
“Server connection failed. For many days access to the Internet was simply not possible throughout Egypt. The mobile phone networks were switched off…”
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http://www.kleinezeitung.at/nachrichten/politik/aegypten/2665658/angst-maechtigen-vor-macht-des-internet.story
let’s fight for the internet, for wordpress and facebook, youtube, flickr and twitter
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some wordpress bloggers, asked, what they would do, if that would happen in the United States, they answered quickly: MOVE TO CANADA 🙂
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18 responses to “Egypt blocked Internet

  1. wolfgang hermann

    each power can be used in two directions

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  2. wolfgang hermann

    the great power of the internet is also to see in wikileaks

    read more:
    http://wikileaks.ch/
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WikiLeaks

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  3. thousands of protesters are actually flooding the streets of Cairo,
    with passionate demonstrators both for and against President Mubarak clashing violently

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  4. related
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    http://jacobbreach.wordpress.com/2011/02/01/egypt-crisis-mubarak-says-hell-step-down-in-september-via-this-just-in/
    the political blog of jacob breach
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    http://jacobbreach.wordpress.com/2011/02/03/egypt-crisis-5-killed-836-injured-and-other-updates-via-empirical-corner-and-this-just-in/#comment-61
    statement of Jacob Breach there:
    At this point its clear that Mubarak is finished. I agree. Obama, Merkel, and the rest of the Western leaders should ask Mubarak to step down and then offer help in stabilizing the political system until the Egyptians can elect a new government or form a new constitution.

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  5. wolfgang hermann

    nur durch die organisation über das internet war ein derartiges ausmaß eines volksaufstandes möglich
    das hat es in dieser form und größe bisher noch nicht gegeben

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  8. Friday, 11th February:
    Mubarak made the step down …
    congratulations to the courage
    of the protesters
    of the Tahrir Square!

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  10. It’s hard to search out knowledgeable folks on this matter, however you sound like you recognize what you’re speaking about! Thanks

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