The use of the web by Arab democracy movements could lead to some states cracking down harder on internet freedoms, Google's chairman says.
The internet was widely used during the so-called Arab Spring. Protesters used social networking sites to organise rallies and communicate with those outside their own country, such as foreign media, amid tight restrictions on state media. Read the Full Article at: bbc.co.uk
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