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(Mosaic Intelligence Report: February 12, 2010) Hundreds of thousands of Iranians took to the streets to mark the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Ahmadinejad declares Iran a "nuclear state." Why did Iran interrupt internet service? And has the "Velvet Revolution" become a thing of the past? For more info, visit us at www.linktv.org Follow www.twitter.com
Telegraph.co.ukIran Blocks Gmail While Americans Fret Over Google Buzz's Privacy ImplicationsFast CompanyWe have no word yet on whether Facebook and Twitter access is being quashed inside Iran...but it wouldn't be a surprise to learn that's the case. ...Current Twitter trends: Google Buzz, Iran ElectionIndependentTwitter Buzz Over Iran's Gmail BanWall Street Journal (blog)There's a reason Macs and iPhones don't meet the needs of big business: Apple ...Computerworldall 1,873 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukIran protests news - Google to be blocked, Twitter next?San Francisco Chronicle (blog)While an email usage drop has been experienced, Google's network is reported to be working perfectly. There's no word on Iran's actions against Twitter, ...Iran commemorates revolution anniversary; opposition clashes reportedThe Majlis (blog)UK Ambassador Tweets Tehran to TaskWall Street Journal (blog)22 Bahman Protests: Iranian Opposition Planning Demonstrations On Anniversary ...Huffington Post (blog)The Observers -Times Online -Zee Newsall 6,352 news articles »
The HinduIran bans use of Gmail; Can Venezuela be far behind?ZDNet (blog)Twitter maybe next. But can the government really stop the use of Google mail and other applications? There are methods around it and most will succeed. ...Iran to Suspend Google's GmailWall Street JournalTwitter Buzz Over Iran's Gmail BanAll Things Digital (blog)Iran says it's shutting down GmailUSA TodayAljazeera.net -Reuters -Portfolio.com (blog)all 254 news articles »
Christian Science MonitorBiden: Palin has great personality but has no real influenceChristian Science Monitor... anything approaching a significant portion of the population.” You always appeal to us (even if you have a great personality). So follow us on Twitter.and more »
Product Reviews (blog)2006 Twitter (Twttr) promotion video by Biz Stone a hootSan Francisco Chronicle (blog)But it's interesting that a short, funny video about a new system spawned something that's directly impacted the Iran protests. Wild. ...Watch Biz Stone Act As A Crazy Professor Trying To Explain TwitterThe Business InsiderLaugh of The Day: Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone Teaches Twttr 101ErictricTwitter Promoted in 2006 by Biz Stone: Funny VideoProduct Reviews (blog)all 5 news articles »
...as possibly because we strongly believe that people everywhere should have the ability to communicate freely online.” It was Iran’s political upheaval of last year that put Twitter at the forefront of “citizen reporting” and made the political unrest very...
Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim
...you have your life back," tweeted a user who was not satisfied with Google Buzz. The term "#Iranelection" has bounced back into Twitter's trending topics at number four, after a long absence in the top ten list. On February 11, rallies were taking place in...
IRAN: 22 Bahman revolution anniversary protests surge on social networksLos Angeles Times (blog)On the micro-blogging site Twitter, the hashtag #iranelection is one of the "trending" topics and users send out updates on the situation in Tehran and ...and more »
Mashable (blog)Twitter Acquires Pixar CFOindia-server.commentioned Twitter CEO Evan Williams. Currently Ali Rowghani oversees the finance teams at each animation division as well as the business aspects of the ...Twitter Taps Pixar Exec as CFOAll Things Digital (blog)all 55 news articles »
BBC NewsHow Iran's political battle is fought in cyberspaceBBC NewsThey called it the "Twitter revolution". Iran's post-election protests showed the world the power of new media to organise and publicise ...and more »
Breakfast briefing: MySpace's troubles, broadband plans and a new Iranian ...The Guardian (blog)You can follow our links and commentary each day through Twitter (@guardiantech, or our personal accounts) or by watching our Delicious feed.and more »
The GuardianOxfordgirl: The Twitter User Taking On The Iranian RegimeHuffington Post (blog)But she has become a key player in the unrest that is shaking Iran and is such an irritant to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that she has been subjected to a ...Oxfordgirl vs Ahmadinejad: the Twitter user taking on the Iranian regimeThe GuardianTwitter's @Oxfordgirl Takes On IranNewserall 4 news articles »
...the social networking site is helping to bring down the regime. "People who haven't been involved in Iran don't understand how Twitter can work - they think it's about chatting about pop stars. But if it hadn't been for Twitter a lot of people wouldn't have...
Free Internet Press
...around election time. As many other communications outlets were blocked around this time period, Iranian citizens took to Twitter as the main tool of choice to spread information about what is going on. Already it appears that the government is beginning...
Twitter was one of the ways protesters shared information with the outside world
Thursday 11 February 2010 is the 31st anniversary of Iran's Islamic revolution and it already looks as though it's going to be a major day of protests.
...safe anymore…oh well… just be careful, remember when twitter was hacked a month ago? Details: http://bit.ly/twitter-hacked-iran-responsible) One thing you can guarantee with social-media is there are no guarantees if you're only talking about "100% security". I...
The Bloggers' Times
...a senior official quoted Netanyahu telling parliament's foreign affairs and defence committee. "Using the internet and Twitter against the Iranian regime is something extraordinary that the United States can do," he said. The microblogging sensation was back...
The Iranian Cyber Army hacked Twitter. Reposted my reading here - bit.ly Bless your face.
SUBSCRIBE! bit.ly ************ Tweet this! tinyurl.com Twitter was hacked by the Iranian Cyber Army, and they left some beautiful poetry behind. Here's the story - www.techcrunch.com www.tobyturner.com
...defaced with the message below. The site was offline for a while. ... The message read: ... There is a history between Iran and Twitter. ... Twitter was used as a tool during the Iranian election protests. The US government actually intervened to assure...
...for about two hours by the group, which replaced the Twitter home page with a headline reading "This site has been hacked by Iranian Cyber Army" and an anti-American message. A screen shot posted in a number of places on the Web, including TechCrunch, shows...
The Post Chronicle
...the websites of opponents of Iran's regime and posted the same image. The opponents have used social-media sites like Twitter to organize street protests this year. (For a look at the breadth of those cyberattacks, click here.) But hacking a site as large...
Christian Science Monitor
Twitter Hacked by The Iranian Cyber Army Dec 18/09. A group calling itself the Iranian Cyber Army has hacked Twitter and an Iranian opposition website, replacing it with an anti-American message.Traffic to the social networking website was redirected for nearly two hours on Thursday night. CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD NOW! Read full story here: news.bbc.co.uk Twitter Hacked by The Iranian Cyber Army Dec 18/09
...beamed images from the violent protests at a time when the mainstream media outlets had a hard time getting access to Iran. Twitter became so fundamental in spreading news of the protests that followed that the U.S. State Department asked the company to delay...
...site was redirected to a screen showing a green flag and stating "This site has been hacked by Iranian Cyber Army." Twitter and Iran: Twitter and Iran have had an interesting relationship during the past several months. During the elections, the world could...
...associated with the 'Iranian Cyber Army.' The following is a paste of the message left by the Iranian Cyber Army on Twitter: Iranian Cyber Army THIS SITE HAS BEEN HACKED BY IRANIAN CYBER ARMY iRANiAN.CYBER.ARMY@GMAIL.COM U.S.A. Think They Controlling And Managing...
...Twitter was finally hacked into by the Iranian Cyber Army. Overnight, Twitter was hacked by someone claiming to be the "Iranian Cyber Army" as the site was redirected to the hacker site according to CNN. The site was down for about an hour in the early...
Techtree.comHackers Deface Twitter SiteeWeek17, Twitter was replaced a black background page showing a green flag and with a headline that read, in English: "Iranian Cyber Army . ...Twitter is down; is the 'Iranian Cyber Army' responsible?VentureBeatTwitter Hacked: Iranian Cyber Army takes onSiliconindia.com'Iranian Cyber Army' hacks TwitterLucireAppfrica (blog) -iTech Report -Daily World Buzzall 19 news articles »
AdAge.comWhat the Trend?'s Top 50 Twitter Topics of the YearAdAge.comFor instance, he notes, "It seems almost inconceivable that the Iran elections aren't on the Google list." Without further ado, the What the Trend?/Twitter ...
Twitter Hacked By 'Iranian Cyber Army'? pictures in description cache0.techcrunch.com cache0.techcrunch.com www.techcrunch.com Weve received multiple tips right around 10 pm that Twitter was hacked and defaced with the message below. The site is currently offline. Were looking into this and waiting on a response from Twitter. The message reads: Iranian Cyber Army THIS SITE HAS BEEN HACKED BY IRANIAN CYBER ARMY iRANiAN.CYBER.ARMY@GMAIL.COM USA Think They Controlling And Managing Internet By ...
Media AsiaSocial media sees breakthrough yearMedia AsiaIn 2009 it has been hailed as a new marketing platform, helped foment revolt in Iran and been blocked in China as a potential threat to national harmony. ...and more »
Washington TimesUS backs Iranian Web useWashington TimesSecretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has repeatedly emphasized the importance of Twitter and Facebook during anti-government protests in Iran after the ...@Ahmadinejad: Twitter Is Coming to Town. #IranElectionExport Law Blog (blog)all 3 news articles »
New Zealand HeraldTop Media Industry Story of 2009: #iranelectionBNET... the streets of Tehran, soon spreading to other Iranian cities, after a contested election. Thanks to the new metric called “trending topics” at Twitter, ...Twitter touts top trends of 2009CNET NewsTwitter's Top Trending Topics of 2009PC WorldIran, Google Wave, And Michael Jackson Dominated Twitter This YearWashington PostITProPortal -Only Kent (blog) -The FINANCIALall 150 news articles »
ReutersFacebook Shuts Fan Page for Berlusconi AttackerSphere... for instance, much of the organization behind the Green Revolution in Iran was made possible by ordinary Iranian citizens posting on Twitter accounts, ...Hopes and Risks of Street Politics in ItalyISNall 1,496 news articles »
US moves to isolate Iran from banksPolitico... free American software such as Twitter and Google shown to be in prominent use in the run-up and aftermath of Iran's disputed June 12 elections. ...and more »
MiamiHerald.comTwitter diplomacy: US to relax certain software rules for IranPolitico (blog)... in the 1992 Iran-Iraq Arms Non Proliferation Act, shortly after the first Gulf War, and many years before the advent of Google, Twitter and Facebook, ...House passes tough sanctions on Iran, now Senate must actExaminer.comIran slams US at climate talksNinemsnUS sees Iran edging closer to nuclear arms knowhowKevin Sites in the Hot Zoneall 727 news articles »
...what music they're listening to as they kick off the work week, was the most popular trending topic of 2009, according to Twitter . Tweets about Iran's elections came in a close second. Twitter didn't provide a complete breakdown of the 10 most popular terms...
Twitter Inc. grabbed the international spotlight in June when the microblogging service became a primary source of news and communications as Iranian citizens took to the streets to protest the disputed...
Twitter Inc. grabbed the international
The Tech Chronicles
How Iran's opposition really uses social mediaCNN (blog)During protests in Iran this summer over the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, social networking tool Twitter's raison ...
Iran's controversial presidential election was the top Twitter topic in 2009, the wildly popular microblogging service said on Tuesday.
"Among all the keywords, hashtags, and phrases that proliferated throughout the year, one topic surfaced repeatedly,"
Telegraph.co.ukHouse votes to expand sanctions on IranThe Associated Press... about the regime's repression has come from firsthand accounts by Iranian citizens, distributed via Internet tools such as YouTube and Twitter," he said.The Iranian Digital Empowerment ActNational Iranian American CouncilDivided Iran enters 2010 after a year of deadly protestsAFPHouse readies Iran sanctions on gas importsThe Hillabc11.comall 2,176 news articles »
Kevin Pereira talks to Brian Stelter, Media Reporter for the New York Times, to help break down Twitter's revolutionary role reporting the Iran election protests across the world in 140 characters or less. For more from The Loop, go here: g4tv.com
...student information. They were updating it on Twitter. They were putting it on Facebook. And quite a number of bloggers and Iranian Web sites that operate from outside of Iran were streaming all of this information live." Neshat said Iran's protest movement...
JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday told the United States to use Twitter and other
social networking sites to fight against the leadership of arch-enemy
"Iran prevents people from freely accessing the Internet,"
Times of India
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday urged the West to use the social "power of the Internet" to counter the Iranian threat and the Islamic regime's crackdown on its own opposition.
In an address to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: October 2, 2009) Iran reveals its new secret nuclear plant. The IAEA demands immediate access. Will Iran stop its uranium enrichment program? And will Israel attack Iran? Get your Middle East updates on Twitter: www.twitter.com For more info, visit us at www.linktv.org
Complete video at: fora.tv Jeffrey Goldberg describes the "diabolical" tactics the Iranian regime used to break up post-election protests that were organized through Twitter. He argues that the unseen snipers were more effective than a visible military reaction. ----- Atlantic writers Andrew Sullivan, James Fallows, and Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the ways new social networking technology, like Twitter, enabled massive and fast organization of protests in Iran following the results of the ...
QUESTION TO SECULARIST FANATICS AND DIGITAL TERRORISTS FROM TWITTER SYSTEMATICALLY CENSORING THIS VIDEO AND RATING IT ONE STAR: What are you giving one star to? To the reality this video links to? To the sincere and responsible opinion of another human being who - contrary to you - did care enough about Iran to go there and meet its people from several provinces before you even thought of jumping into a bandwagon of last minute excuse of humanitarianism to force your McFreedom on everyone in ...