Iran has launched a video-sharing site in its latest effort to provide alternative government-sanctioned Internet services. Dubbed “Mehr,” the Farsi
Chinese authorities have blocked the word “Egypt” from searches on Twitter-like microblogging sites in an indication of concern among Communist
Carrie Bradshaw and her friends are packing their suitcases, putting on their high heels and heading to Abu Dhabi, where
Google Inc.’s decision to brazenly challenge Internet censorship laws in China may encourage other firms doing business in the Middle
The European Union will put pressure on Iran to stop jamming satellite broadcasts from the BBC and other international channels.