Tunisian Blogger Lina Ben Mhenni

Friday, January 21, 2011

Transcript

Blogging in Tunisia has traditionally been a risky business. Online activists have been subject to harassment, imprisonment and targeted “phishing” attacks by the government in the past. But this week's turmoil has ushered in a period of relative openness. Lina Ben Mhenni runs the blog A Tunisian Girl, which, until now, was banned in her own country. During the protests, she risked her safety, criticized the government on her blog and published images of the dead.

    Music Playlist
  1. President, Your People are Dying
    Artist: Hamada Ben-Amor
  2. Dead Duck
    Artist: Emiliana Torrini

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