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Articles tagged "Syria"
Sure, it's possible that a technical glitch contributed to some downtime…
This is hardly a surprise.
The POV videos offer a remarkable view into the ongoing violence that has swept through the entire country.
The Syrian Revolution Will Still Be Tweeted: An Activist Talks About Coping With Assad's Web Blackout
The regime can't stop the rebel onslaught -- or satellite Internet.
Sometime today, the Syrian's Internet disappeared.
If the Syrian rebels have SAMs, the conflict just got a lot hotter.
The United States is having a really hard time figuring out what to do with Syria.
It's been one of those weeks: the kind where the Syrian government bombs neighborhoods into dust, a hundred or so people die, and despite international condemnations, the black hole of the uprising just keeps swirling. Is there any reason for hope? I…
In the past few months all eyes have been focused on the gadgety and "tech based hacks of occupation":http://motherboard.vice.com/2011/11/29/the-gadgets-of-occupy, but a recent video uploaded by Syrian revolutionaries heralds back to one of the most
Video cameras and social media are the favorite weapons of Syrian democracy activists in their cat-and-mouse game -- no, battle -- with the repressive and militaristic regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. The latter's favorite weapons are arre…
They're tools for the amateur spy, the would-be dictator toppler, or the determined porn hunter—and they're funded by the U.S. government. It's a new generation of freedom promotion, ushered in with fanfare to succeed or replace the creaking Voice of…