Japan’s natural disaster drives big web traffic gains for news sites

         Cable and internet news networks experienced large web traffic gains Friday and Saturday as viewers and online users searched for updates on the earthquake and tsunami that brought devastation to Japan.      … Read More


Libyan Government Cuts Web Access Due To Civil War

The Libyan government has cut web access and although internet services had slowly started coming back online according to many sources, service is unreliable. All web traffic in and out … Read More

The Middle East’s Top 10 Website’s of 2010

Rahaf Makarati and Ahmad Al-Shagra of thenextweb.com have compile a listing of the Middle East’s top10 websites of 2010.  The stated that there was “no clear source on where Middle Eastern … Read More

Website Traffic Statistics for Azerbaijan

From Baku, Azerbaijan and abc.az reports are coming in that Azerbaijan’s secondary internet providers Bakinternet, Uninet and Stelford (Connect) are keeping their leading positions as the country’s leader in the market of … Read More

PayPal Removes WikiLeaks from it’s International Services

Jamey Keaten (Paris) has reported from the Associated Press in Berlin that WikiLeaks was removed from the online payment service provider PayPal because it engaged in illegal activity.  Last week WikiLeaks released hundreds … Read More