The uprising of women in the Arab world is more than a Facebook page. It's a rallying post for a growing community of people pushing for equal rights for wome in the Middle East.
Former journalist Matthew Vandyke was about $4,000 short when his documentary project was taken offline yesterday.
The channel is a partnership with nonprofit organization Witness and social news service Storyful that will curate human rights stories from around the world.
El Haqed's protest songs made him famous during the Arab Spring. Now one may send him to jail for years.
Twitter records history in the moment. But a new study shows that roughly 10 percent of tweets and images are being lost over time.
First step: Recruiting volunteers to translate the site's user interface.