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3 July 2011

Stories from 3 July 2011

India: BigAdda Rolling Back Its Social Networking Business

Reacting On Indian Prime Minister's Remarks On Bangladesh

Bangladesh: Protect Against Breast Cancer

Bangladesh: Bloggers Arrested While Protesting Against Energy Deal

Netizens in Bangladesh are raging with anger as for the first time in the country bloggers and online activists among other protesters were arrested while striking in protest of a...

Brazil: Blogger Threatened to Death

East Timor: Polemic Payment to “Miss World” for Work as Spokesperson

Social Media Day PTY in Panama

Social Media Day PTY gathered hundreds of Panamanian social network users. Ariel Moreno participated in the event and shares how the day was celebrated in Panama.

Thailand: Netizens React to Opposition Victory

Opposition candidate Yingluck Shinawatra is set to become Thailand’s first female Prime Minister as her Pheu Thai party won more than 260 seats in today’s general elections.

Philippines, Malaysia: Twitter support for football teams

Serbia: Serbs Seek Refuge from Politics and Tabloid News in Citizen Journalism

More often than ever, blog posts on the state of the media and journalism seem to be popping up in the Serbian blogosphere. Danica Radisic highlights a few of them.

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