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Egypt's top administrative court has upheld a ruling in 2013 ordering regulators to block access to YouTube in the country over a film posted on the site portraying the prophet Mohammad negatively.
The Grand Mufti of Egypt, Sheikh Shawki Allam, has issued a fatwa against the use of bitcoin largely due to the risks he perceives with the cryptocurrency for individuals, groups, and institutions.
Turkey has ordered Facebook to take down content that was deemed to be offensive to the prophet Mohammad, but the company has yet to respond. Despite its stance on free speech it will likely comply.
A trailer for a film entitled 'Innocence of Muslims', previously known as 'Innocence of Bin Laden', has been hidden by Google in Egypt and Libya due to outrage it sparked after airing on national TV.
As the market trends towards ever more powerful smartphones fuelled by apps of all shapes and sizes, one company aims to eschew this approach, targeting its new handset specifically towards Muslims.
Facebook has disabled an anti-Islamic group called "I Hate Muslims in Oz" after the issue was brought to their attention by CNet's Chris Matyszczyk. Facebook's stance toward Holocaust-denying groups is more ambivalent. The company's terms...