Today's Web News looks at the online campaign to denounce the ongoing persecution of opponents to Robert Mugabe's regime, as well as bloggers' reactions to the arrest of a South Korean Web user known for his economic analyses.
Internet company Yahoo! announced that influential businesswoman Carol Bartz will replace Yahoo! founder Jerry Yang as CEO of the pioneering Internet firm. She is a former chief executive of the software company Autodesk.
The three millionth .eu domain name was registered by a German citizen on January 11. The European extension, introduced in 2006, has now entered the top 10, though far behind the well-known .com and its 78.6 million users.
China has fought back against accusations of widespread censorship on the Internet following a damning report by Amnesty International. The claims by the human rights group come ahead of several politically sensitive anniversaries in 2009.
Images of the floods that overwhelmed the Fiji islands, and which have caused several deaths so far, have been widely disseminated by internet users with videos showing the damage done to what they call an "unprepared" group of islands.
Creating banners to put on blogs, online petitions demanding a halt to the Israeli assault on Gaza, or calling for boycotts of Israeli products are some of the latest gestures web users are making to show their solidarity with Gaza citizens.
With foreign journalists banned from entering the Gaza Strip, local residents send out their view of the conflict through videos and texts posted on the Web. Also in today's programme: debating Obama's choice of Leon Panetta as CIA chief.
MySpace is to launch the first social network available on TV. Developped with Yahoo! and Intel, a MySpace widget embedded in some Samsung and Toshiba models will allow members to watch TV while connecting with online friends.
In this edition: amid the fighting in Gaza, Israeli and Palestinian web users are conducting a parallel war of words. In the US, supporters of Jeb Bush, the brother of the president, urge him to stand for 2012 elections.