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Tunisian hackers join Egypt cause
Cyber activists, having helped end Ben Ali's rule, vow to attack Mubarak government's websites.
Last Modified: 05 Feb 2011 01:23 GMT

Social media played a role in organising the uprising in Tunisia, and now activists there are focusing their technical skills on helping anti-government protesters in Egypt.

Tunisian hackers say they will attack websites belonging to the Egyptian government in solidarity with the pro-democracy activists protesting there.

Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports from the capital, Tunis.

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