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Internet access is now being restored in the country of Libya, months after the access was cut off due to the rebel uprisings that have affected the country.
In a world where technology can be used to incite civil unrest, and take down a government, it’s no wonder that governments around the world are looking at ways to ‘manage’ electronic communications. So what’s...
Earlier this week, the Libyan government took down the popular URL shortener vb.ly, claiming that it went against the terms of service of the .ly top level domain registrar. Concerns over the breaching of Islamic...
URL shorteners are known for their clever use of domains to look like an actual word. Google has Goo.gl. Techmeme has Techme.me, and Neowin has neow.in. The list is practically endless. One of the top...