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Saudi Religious Leader Warns Twitter Users of Consequences in the Afterlife

BY Jessica McKenzie | Friday, May 17 2013

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia via Wikipedia

In late March, Saudi Arabia's top religious cleric said Twitter was for clowns and corrupters. Earlier this week, he said anyone using social media, in particular Twitter, “has lost this world and the afterlife.” His comments might be laughable, if they did not come at a time when the Saudi government is looking into monitoring or blocking social media sites and eliminating user anonymity.

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Religious Identity and Internet Use in America

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, July 27 2010

I recently asked Aaron Smith, research specialist at the Pew Internet & American Life Project, if they had any data looking at how internet use might vary by degree of religious affiliation. Turns out that Pew hasn't ... Read More