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June 18, 2009

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Wow! That is impressive. I may take a 2nd look at Twitter!

Thanks for the Twitter lesson. It sounds great unless governments make being on line a crime.

I find it a bit concerning that they have gone public with the method behind keeping communications channels open. They have been successful so far, but if the method was previously unknown and has been discovered and published - it could give the Iranian government the ability to close off that path.

Of course I fully expect that they will close all backbones if they do decide on a Tiananmen type crackdown.

Oh and did you see the post at Redstate today where twitter denies the State Dept had anything to do with their efforts to help Iran protesters ... I knew it sounded fishy. LOL.

"We're from the government and we're here to help" isn't that reassuring a phrase, is it?

Teresa: See also this from The Anchoress: Condi Rice appointee kept Twitter going

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