Reuters was hacked on Friday, with an account being hacked and used to spread misinformation about the situation in Syria, and specifically about the Free Syrian Army's movements.
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WikiLeaks has begun to release emails form inside Syria's government ministries, with over two million emails waiting to go live across the world. The emails could shed new light on the uprising.
Due to ongoing demonstrations and protests within the country, the Syrian government has officially banned Apple's iPhone. Will this end up helping or hurting their cause?
The well known hacker group Anonymous has hacked and defaced the Ministry of Defense site for the country of Syria with a message calling for its president to leave.
If you live in Syria, well you might not be able to read this news post. As reported at ZDNet, the Middle Eastern country is suffering from some Internet connection issues. The Syria state media...
Syrian authorities have blocked Facebook, the popular Internet hangout, over what seems to be fears of Israeli "infiltration" of Syrian social networks on the Net, according to residents and media reports. Residents of Damascus said...
The National Organization for Human Rights in Syria has noted the country's government has stepped up its censorship of the Internet, blocking access to a string of websites critical of the regime, including some run...