A website naming and shaming Indonesia’s corrupt civil servants. Chinese web users becoming increasingly vigilant over food safety. And an abandoned Italian village is up for sale on an online auction site.
Online reports of the growing number of Syrian army officers defecting to the opposition. In the US, Mitt Romney slams Barack Obama’s job record. And Google’s bid to save languages in danger of extinction;
Egyptians spoil Presidential ballot papers to express discontent. Former Barack Obama professor campaigns against his re-election in November. And a US photographer sums up his Asia trip in less than two minutes.
Ex-revolutionaries calling for a boycott of Egypt’s presidential election. Online campaigning in Egypt against sexual harassment of women. And an American website is offering to pay for photos of Mark Zuckerberg on holiday.
The Syrian army intensifies attacks on the town of Rastan. The protest movement is growing in Saudi Arabia to free detainees held without trial. And Karl Lagerfeld’s cat becomes the latest Twitter sensation.
Tunisian bloggers on hunger strike to defend media freedom. Syrian artists express their support of the revolution. And Darth Vader stars in Amnesty International’s latest campaign video against the arms trade.