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Last night, hundreds of invited guests were seated in a lavish chandelier hall at the prime minister's offices or Grand Serail to hear about...

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Late last year I noticed a couple of technicians from Ogero-- the state agency that runs the country's telecom network-- surveying a street in...

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Of course there was no Facebook in 1995, but if there was, this is what it might have looked like; i.e. a screenshot from...

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Screen Shot of Nouweb siteOne of the best ways to hold government accountable is to get in touch with your representatives and let them...

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Source: Social Media ExchangeThe chart above is a supposed leaked copy of the new internet rates passed in parliament last week. Astonishingly, it says...

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I'm in Jordan this week for the action-packed annual Arab bloggers conference organized by Global Voices Online. Needless to say, I haven't had much...

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On my recent trip to a Syrian refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley, I was struck by a Wifi router rising above the squalid...

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Only 42 members of parliament have emails, according to the directory of Lebanese Parliament which is distributed to MPs and other special persons. This...

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Lebanese telecom companies like Alfa are so excited about their new 100 megabyte package, a pathetically tiny amount of bandwidth. The ads are everywhere...

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Congratulations! Lebanon recorded the slowest upload speed in the world today:At least according to my speed test.The internet was pretty abomidable last night as...