As further proof of the power of the Internet, Twitter has become a tool for the political struggle in Iran since the recent election. Users think it is so important to the cause that they asked them not to shut down for scheduled maintenance. Co-founder Biz Stone reports that they had worked out a deal with its network provider, NTT America. You can check out what is happening on the site Iran elections. Of course, you can also find video on YouTube as there is a constant streaming from cell phones in the area.
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