Facebook deactivates accounts of Tunisian political bloggers and activists

Several accounts reactivated after protests but social media giant gives no explanation for its actions

The Facebook accounts of several high-profile bloggers and activists in Tunisia were among those deactivated without warning over the weekend.

Up to 60 accounts are understood to have been deactivated, including that of journalist and political commentator Haythem El Mekki.

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Several accounts reactivated after protests but social media giant gives no explanation for its actionsThe Facebook accounts of several high-profile bloggers and activists in Tunisia were among those deactivated without warning over the weekend.Up to 60 accounts are understood to have been deactivated, including that of journalist and political commentator Haythem El Mekki. Continue reading…

Global development, Facebook, Tunisia, Technology, Social networking, Media, Africa, Middle East and North Africa, World news, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali

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