Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them?


by Sunny Hundal    
1:14 am - February 3rd 2011

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People on Twitter have been sending these text messages around (uploaded by @SheriefFarouk)

He tells me that all his friends (over 20) got the text messages from across Cairo (masr el gedida), Nasr city, Rehab city , maadi, Alexandria and Tanta. So the text messages covered a wide geographical area.

They were sent around yesterday, calling on Egyptians to “confront the traitors and criminals”. They have been widely seen as an attempt to shore up support for President Mubarak.

There are allegations all over Twitter that they were sent to Vodafone customers in Egypt, unsolicited. I am currently trying to confirm this, so don’t take it as fact.

Vodafone has now confirmed they were sent using its network.

Updates at the end

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Translation: Youth of Egypt, beware rumors and listen to the sound of reason – Egypt is above all so preserve it.

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Translation: The Armed Forces asks Egypt’s honest and loyal men to confront the traitors and criminals and protect our people and honor and our precious Egypt.

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Translation:
First text: To every mother-father-sister-brother, to every honest citizen preserve this country as the nation is forever.

Second text: The Armed Forces cares for your safety and well being and will not resort to using force against this great nation.

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Translation: The Armed Forces asks Egypt’s honest and loyal men to confront the traitors and criminals and protect our people and honor and our precious Egypt.

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The translation have been verified as genuine. Several Egyptians have also confirmed they are actual text messages, and not spoofs.

Pictures via @glinner (via @BodyInTheThames).
Thanks also to @esraa_ali and @El_Amster and @inkelectric and @salmaeldaly and @monaeltahawy.

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Update: One tweeter from Cairo tells me they were sent to all Vodafone customers, including herself. We still need official confirmation from Vodafone.

Another confirmation here that the text messages were received.

Update 2: A Facebook group has been set up for Egyptians to upload pictures of their text messages. If you got these messages or other ones, upload yours there and say how you got them!

Update 3: Vodafone Egypt is 45% owned by Telecom Egypt. [hat-tip R_McCormack]

Update 4: Vodafone confirms it sent them, but says it had to, according to this statement:

Under the emergency powers provisions of the Telecoms Act, the Egyptian authorities can instruct the mobile networks of Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone to send messages to the people of Egypt. They have used this since the start of the protests. These messages are not scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.

Vodafone Group has protested to the authorities that the current situation regarding these messages is unacceptable. We have made clear that all messages should be transparent and clearly attributable to the originator.

Is Vodafone blameless? See this earlier article by Salil Tripathi on Vodafone and Egypt.

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Vodafone has serious questions to answer if this turns out to be true.

Indeed. While I don’t fault them for shutting the network down on government orders, if these messages were sent unsolicited with Vodafone management’s knowledge, that’s definitely unacceptable.

Wonder if the Mubarak let Vodafone off with a £6Billion tax bill as well?

Why is it unacceptable? Vodafone have responsibility for the safety of their staff. Government thugs visit Vodafone and say, “Send these text messages to all your subscribers or we’ll hang you from a hook in a police station basement and torture you to within an inch of your life.” I rather suspect Vodafone would send the messages, don’t you?

“Why is it unacceptable? Vodafone have responsibility for the safety of their staff. Government thugs visit Vodafone and say, “Send these text messages to all your subscribers or we’ll hang you from a hook in a police station basement and torture you to within an inch of your life.” I rather suspect Vodafone would send the messages, don’t you?”

If that’s the case Vodafone should pull out of the country, they should make a principled stand and lose a bit of money rather than just give in. The rest of Egypt is. Defending them for their compliance is a bit like defending IBM for their part in the holocaust.

Jim, if that is there answer, then I’d agree – fair enough. But given how compliant they have been so far with the govt, I’ll wait to hear the full story…

@Jon

Doesn’t sound like a very practical proposal to me. Let’s look at this logically: send some text messages under duress versus withdrawing an entire telecommunications corporation from a country abandoning possibly billions in assets. Hmm, call me peculiar but, personally, I’d send the text messages, keep the network open for the people to use and safeguard the lives and livelihoods of my employees.

If that’s the case Vodafone should pull out of the country, they should make a principled stand and lose a bit of money rather than just give in.

*If* that’s the case, the issue isn’t about Vodafone shareholders losing a bit of money – it’s about real people who happen to work for Vodafone being tortured or shot by the security forces. As I said on the other thread, it is absolutely right for Vodafone to prioritise the welfare of its employees above other concerns, and only someone being deliberately obtuse would say otherwise.

The question that we don’t yet know the answer to (aside from whether the texts are authentic) is the extent to which the shutdown and these messages came out of Vodafone staff on the ground being coerced by security thugs, versus the extent to which they came out of senior managers in Newbury saying “don’t rock the boat, chaps – we want our bonuses”. It will be interesting to find out which is the case.

The whole site has been put in cache, so updates and comments will not appear immediately. This is to make sure the site doesn’t go down under the traffic.

10. steve white

who actually owns vodafone in egypt?

I got a similar message from Mobinil.

“*If* that’s the case, the issue isn’t about Vodafone shareholders losing a bit of money – it’s about real people who happen to work for Vodafone being tortured or shot by the security forces. As I said on the other thread, it is absolutely right for Vodafone to prioritise the welfare of its employees above other concerns, and only someone being deliberately obtuse would say otherwise.”

So if a central decision was made for Vodafone to pull out of Egypt you’re telling me that all their employees would all be tortured and shot as a result? The people in the middle of liberation square haven’t been tortured and shot yet (although some have been shot).

“Hmm, call me peculiar but, personally, I’d send the text messages, keep the network open for the people to use and safeguard the lives and livelihoods of my employees.”

I’m sure that’s what IG Farben and IBM said after WWII. The network isn’t open for people to use, it’s open for the government to send pro-Mubarak messages to everyone and encourage people to join the violent mobs attacking the protesters.

@Jon You seem to be having trouble understanding my point. I said that if Vodafone employees refused to send the texts then they could be tortured. Closing the company down was your idea although you still don’t seem to have provided any logical reason for doing so. You have provided some emotive allusions to Nazism but I think when you got to that point you’d lost the argument anyway.

Isn’t this a completely ridiculous attempt to smear vodafone?

I understand that similar texts were sent to other networks, and the numbers were sourced from some tele-marketing directories. Hardly an indication of how evil vodafone are, as much as Sunny would love to have us believe.

Sunny,

The pro-mubarak faction assume, probably with some justification, that they can control all media. The fact that they can’t is a positive. Clearly Tyler is an idiot, or an emplyee of Vodafone. for that is not the point at all.

Corporate entanglement in dictatorships is obviously nothing new. As google and many other multinationals have found; the spoils of being a global entity come with many faustian hand shakes. This example is one of many repeated around the world by Monsanto, Google, Shell, BP etc. Unless there is serious corporate reform. Businesses will remain as they always have been: a-moral, psychopathy driven entities entities with no genuine obligation to act in the best interest human kind.

Hi

It was me who passed on this story to Glinner.
It’s worth making a clear point that these text messages were sent while SMS services were shut down to ordinary Egyptians.

There are plenty of other examples too if you search twitter for Vodafone.ie the story corroborates

I have no reason to smear Vodafone but the fact is that – for whatever reason – these messages were sent on their network which means that they need to explain themselves.

Perhaps they were ‘hacked’, perhaps they complied to forceful demands, perhaps they have for a long time been ‘infiltrated’, perhaps they were paid off by the regime.
But in all of these circumstances there are further questions that NEED to be answered.

Personally, given Vodafone’s influence with the UK Government, I would like to see questions asked in Parliament

Has anyone provided any proof that Vodafone were threatened or put under any pressure to comply with the demands of the Egyptian regime? The regime are obviously on the way out and that puts the likes of Vodafone in potentially awkward situations because they really do not want to be seen as collaborators. Those who are viewed as propping up the last regime might find themselves minus their assets when a new regime takes over. The joys of operating in the more exotic parts of the world.

Body in the Thames,

Were other mobile phone providers compromised? I’d have thought that the shut down would have to be orchestrated? Were vodafone just compromised a bit more?

I think LibCon just lost all credibility – these conspiracy theories linking the BIG BAD VODAFONE with EVIL DICTATOR MUBARAK belong on the Daily Mail website.

@ Douglas Clark

All the texts I’ve seen were from Vodafone, or rather via Vodafone networks/subscribers

but I think the question is a red herring

these texts were sent via Vodafone and so Vodafone need to explain how and why

Let me get this straight; people are dying on the streets of Egypt at the hands of Mubarak’s thugs, and Liberal Conspiracy is whipping itself up into a lather about what exactly…….?

Let’s have some perspective please!

“So if a central decision was made for Vodafone to pull out of Egypt you’re telling me that all their employees would all be tortured and shot as a result?”

No. What I’m saying is:

Thug: Send these messages to all subscribers or I’ll torture you!
Vodafone engineer: Erm, let me check with the boss.
The boss: No, you can’t send those, it might offend UK bloggers.
Thug: *tortures Vodafone engineer*

and:
Thug: Send these messages to all subscribers or I’ll torture you!
Vodafone engineer: Erm, let me check with the boss.
The boss: Well, obviously send them, we don’t want you getting tortured.
Vodafone engineer: *sends messages*

…are both plausible scenarios. Not necessarily what happened, but plausible scenarios.

At the point where Vodafone has people on the ground, most of whom are Egyptian, and is having specific demands made on it by the Egyptian government under the threat of physical force, then closing down and leaving isn’t an option. “Sorry Ahmed, we’re closing the operation now, 10 minutes’ notice, the expats are getting in the company helicopters, you can explain to the secret police why the network doesn’t work any more and why we haven’t sent their propaganda messages…”

@22:

Agree 100% – this whole thread is ridiculous and an insult to the people of Egypt who (some of you may be too busy worrying about whether Vodafone pays enough tax to notice) are currently having a very hard time.

I leave in Egypt, so l can understand what these msgs mean. Actually they are talking about z criminal ppl who attacked us last fri and sat night. We were totally scared at our homes, a lot of criminals were attacking houses and shops. Egypt was destroyed by these ppl. These criminals are the very poor ppl who leave in egypt, angry ppl and ppl who thought maybe we can be rich if we take our chance to steal in these chaotic days. So vf is just sending to be wise and be beside z policemen to protect us. Plus we are not working since a week now, no food, no fuel, no secured enviroment. We want to end these demonstrations. And Moubarak did a lot for us. We are living in a very poor country, 42% of our ppl are nt educated, he did a lot. Z bad thing abt him is that is he too old now to work. But he is a good man and me and my family love him.

26. Cynical/Realist?

I heard Vodaphone helped Pol Pot by supplying 1 million sets of paint-tin -and-string telephones too.

Or maybe that too is an unsubstantiated claim I shouldn’t print until having something at least approaching evidence, and which misses the point spectacularly anyway.

There are a 101 potential reasons why a very large proportion of Egyptian Vodaphone customers got these messages. This blog has jumped straight into fully insinuating that Vodaphone and its staff are knowingly and activily implicit in state-sanctioned violence. Lord knows if its true we’d almost all surely be outraged, but that’s a bloody big if at this point, and anyone who disagrees is being treated as those they too stand by such alleged actions.

27. Luis Enrique

it’s quite possible Vodafone senior management has been somehow craven and cowardly, but frankly we’ve no idea what things are like on the ground there, and there are hundreds of potential explanations, ranging from a relevant Vodafone employee being in the pay of the government to having a bunch of guys with guns standing there making sure the messages were sent. We just don’t know the extent of the regime’s control over Vodafone in Egypt. Speaking for myself, I might get craven and cowardly quite quickly with some government heavies in the room.

I can’t see that the Vodafone angle is very interesting. What does it matter who the mobile operator is?

Apparently the Mubarak family owns shares in Vodaphone. (http://abcnews.go.com/Business/egypt-mubarak-family-accumulated-wealth-days-military/story?id=12821073&page=2)
The Wikileaks debacle demonstrated how corporations collude with governments -together, they control our communications (and everything else)

I would guess that Central Security probably used the Cell Broadcast interfaces to the GSM networks. SMS was originally designed to carry service-status messages from the network operator and it retains that capability. As a result, anything sent from that box will usually appear on your phone as coming from the operator.

From their POV, it would be a lot easier to activate broadcast as that way you don’t need a list of phone numbers – it just gets literally broadcast to every device in range. Unlike traditional radio/TV broadcasting, though, people associate SMS with individual, person-to-person communications, so I think this is quite a brilliant propaganda move. It would feel personal in a way that just more blather on the yellow TV station wouldn’t. Also, I wonder if they intended to encourage people to mistrust the network operators, and perhaps also google/twitter/facebook etc.

@Galen10 – Er, surely LC is worried that a British mobile operator was actively encouraging people to go and attack peaceful protesters. I mean, it’s pretty clear.

It’s clear these texts were sent on a Vodafone network. It’s also very unclear how it happened. To jump to any further conclusion is a step too far without further information.

We may be pissed off in Britain because Vodafone are a bunch of tax-dodging bastards who generally play dirty, but jumping to attack or defend them over these texts is simply daft.

“I can’t see that the Vodafone angle is very interesting. What does it matter who the mobile operator is?”

It’s all about the narrative remember. Vodafone = bad.

30 Tom

“Er, surely LC is worried that a British mobile operator was actively encouraging people to go and attack peaceful protesters. I mean, it’s pretty clear.”

I reiterate: nobody yet knows whether this is true, or what the background is. It may be significant (altho in my view and I suspect the view of many others, it isn’t THAT significant given the ongoing events), or it may be a case of “move along, nothing to see here”. At the moment a lot of it is “what iffery”.

There are more important things to be concentrating on.

I even received these messages on my Egyptian mobile in Germany

whats that company with the free sims!!!!!! bye bye vodaphone, bye bye

Vodafone have ZERO control over this. Egypt law says that the govt can use network infrastructure to send this crap out. Please read their latest statement here. http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/press.html

Vodafone have issued a statement:

“Under the emergency powers provisions of the Telecoms Act, the Egyptian authorities can instruct the mobile networks of Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone to send messages to the people of Egypt. They have used this since the start of the protests. These messages are not scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.

Vodafone Group has protested to the authorities that the current situation regarding these messages is unacceptable. We have made clear that all messages should be transparent and clearly attributable to the originator.”

http://www.vodafone.com/content/index/press.html

@30 What planet do you live on? Vodafone isn’t encouraging anything. Just because the SMS carrier ident is Vodafone, doesn’t mean they sent it. You’ll probably just find that their infrastructure was used to send it.

This article is clearly just part of an anti Vodafone crapfest… LC really needs to get a grip on things.

VF Group statement.

“Under the emergency powers provisions of the Telecoms Act, the Egyptian authorities can instruct the mobile networks of Mobinil, Etisalat and Vodafone to send messages to the people of Egypt. They have used this since the start of the protests. These messages are not scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.

Vodafone Group has protested to the authorities that the current situation regarding these messages is unacceptable. We have made clear that all messages should be transparent and clearly attributable to the originator.”

@28: Mubarak’s family are major shareholders in Telecom Egypt, which is the privatised landline telecoms monopoly and minority shareholder in Vodafone Egypt (Vodafone plc holds 56%, Telecom Egypt holds the rest).

@29: Yes, this will definitely be what happened. Alex, do you know if there’s a way in which the state could do this without the operator’s permission, or would you need a telco person to actually type it in? (for the state to have access isn’t necessarily nefarious – it wouldn’t surprise me if the UK government had that sort of thing in place in the event of a nuclear strike, etc, and wouldn’t be a bad thing if they did…)

‘Vodafone Group has protested to the authorities that the current situation regarding these messages is unacceptable.’

Oh well that’s alright then. Doing the decent thing and pull out of the country Vodafone, for fuck’s sake.

“These messages are not scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.”

What does ths really mean? It’s very odd language
Does it mean that Vodafone have completely lost control of their entire infrastructure and that it is now an extension of the regime?
Or that Vodafone operators are being forced to comply to the regimes demands with guns at their heads?

Are their technical facilities physically occupied by security forces? If so, which forces? Army? Police? Interior Ministry? Secret Service?

This public statement is fuzzy and ambiguous

Is their no WAY or no WILL to block the regime from their networks? No means of sabotage?

I’m not judging their actions outright – these are clearly trying times and diplomacy may be underway behind closed doors – but the lack of clarity is disturbing and Vodafone’s complicity (whatever the circumstances) is tactically aiding and abetting the regime’s violent crimes

Body in the Thames,

““These messages are not scripted by any of the mobile network operators and we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content.” seems pretty clear to me – that the messages were not written by Vodafone employees in Egypt (technically this does not rule out management) and that Vodafone have no ability to make representations on this.

Does this seem out of character with a dictatorial statist regime? That they have given themselves the power to use commercial concerns’ networks without the commercial concern having any control over that use. Unless you believe the current Egyptian regime is in fact not dictatorial, this seems a pretty believable scenario. Certainly more so than a company which will want to continue to do business in Egypt coming out in support of a beleagured and unpopular leader…

@Watchman

the use of the word ‘scripted’ rather than ‘written’ or even ‘sent’ seems shady. Scripted could be a technical word regarding computer coding, it is certainly a less common descriptor.

Also, the statement from Vodafone is nameless.

and the phrase ‘we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content’ shouts slippery legalese

add to that the fact that Vodafone, despite seemingly saying that the regime have had control of their network since maybe 10 days ago have only gone public with this today in defence of growing criticism on social media

This is serious and needs serious investigation
It may turn out that Vodafone are doing everything they can to resist the regime but it certainly doesn’t seem like that at the moment

Body in the Thames,

I doubt Vodafone are concerned to resist the regime, but they would be foolish to risk aiding it either. And it is hardly a great marketting device to admit that your network has effectively been nationalised and is controlled by the state…

Scripted could refer to computer code, but actually it refers to anything written and seems perhaps flamboyant but certainly not menacing. It this case though, I suspect it is deliberate – the messages were probably written (as in typed into a computer) and sent (as in the send button was pressed) by Vodafone system operators in Egypt. What Vodafone is saying is that they had nothing to do with the composition of these messages – the scripts that were prewritten to be sent – and that they had no choice but to send them. ‘we do not have the ability to respond to the authorities on their content’ may be legalese (if a solicitor did not look over the release I am very surprised) but it is also clear English (as good legalese is) and cannot be construed to say anything other than Vodafone had no option of communicating any opinion on these messages.

As to the release being unsigned – are Vodafone statements normally named? That needs to be the case for this to be odd.

As to needing serious investigation, isn’t that a matter for the hopefully democratic Egyptian government to come? Especially since other Egyptian mobile networks have apparently had the same messages.

Update:

Vodaphone claim they were “forced” by the regime to send the messages.

Re “respond to”, I had the impression the statement was written by someone for whom English was not their first language, and they meant to say “we are not responsible for the content of these messages” or words to that effect.

Re johnb’s question, there’s no technical reason why you couldn’t set up an SMPP-over-IP link from the operators’ cell broadcast interfaces to Security Police HQ – if you’re in a position to make them accept it. It would be unusual, but I don’t know of anything that would rule it out for engineering reasons. After all, essentially all GSM and UMTS networks have a lawful intercept interface where the dibble can hook in and listen. It would be unusual for that to be permanently active, though, and it would be much more unusual to give them send as well as receive capability.

But this is a country that’s been ruled under a state of emergency for as long as I’ve been alive, and longer than Vodafone has existed. I’d think it more likely that the spooks delivered the message and someone in their NOC had to press [enter].

I wouldn’t be in the least bit surprised if their (and other) operators’ facilities are effectively occupied by some sort of man-with-a-gun agency.


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    @RGjournalist Explosive story from last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  40. giantpandinha

    Allegations that Vodafone helped transmit pro-Mubarak text spam in Egypt. http://bit.ly/fL4peo via @dontgetfooled

  41. giantpandinha

    Allegations that Vodafone helped transmit pro-Mubarak text spam in Egypt. http://bit.ly/fL4peo via @dontgetfooled

  42. Al

    RT @scatatkins: allegations that vodafone was sending out pro mubarak texts http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  43. Al

    RT @scatatkins: allegations that vodafone was sending out pro mubarak texts http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  44. ian williams

    RT @Glinner: Just saw an explosive story unfold on Twitter, summed up here by @sunny_hundal http://fwd4.me/uzt #Egypt #Jan25 (HT @BodyIn …

  45. Steven de Boer

    RT @libcon: Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  46. KINOWORDS

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  47. Zahid Raja

    RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  48. Ger Ryan

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  49. CraigThomler

    Is #Vodafone collaborating with Mubarak in #Egypt? http://liberalconspiracy.org/2011/02/03/unsolicited-pro-mubarak-text-messages-from-egypt/

  50. Sean Nolan

    RT @RajaDoc: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  51. Zahid Raja

    Dear @Vodafoneuk, What's your reponse to allegations that your company helped transmit pro-Mubarak text spam in Egypt? http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  52. Merwad A

    RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story from last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  53. Amnesty Student UK

    RT @RajaDoc: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  54. NUSW BSC

    RT @RajaDoc: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  55. ???????CB1300SF??

    ????????????????????????????RT @Explosive story from last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  56. Paul Hearns

    Any response from @VodafoneIreland on the reports that Vodafone Egypt sent unsolicited pro-Mubarak SMS? http://tinyurl.com/65ntdl7

  57. Student Activist

    RT @RajaDoc: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  58. Gossip Girl

    RT @RajaDoc: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  59. Rosanna Tarsiero

    Pro- #Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? http://t.co/06S8Dvu via @libcon I wonder who taught them how to manipulate the media…

  60. metronaut

    RT @sunny_hundal: [..] Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  61. Nadir Ahmed

    Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25 (via @sunny_hundal) #fb

  62. BobFarrell

    Here we go – http://bit.ly/fS7r8D – allegations that Vodafone in Egypt has been sending out pro-Mubarak text msgs

    Oh Vodafone.

  63. DAHSRA

    Tw?waelabbas ????????????: ?????????????????????????????????????????? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #egyjp

  64. steevbishop

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  65. dan mcquillan

    RT @krmaher: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  66. eljoujat

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/0UJwj7f via @libcon

  67. Ali Resh

    RT @krmaher: RT @sunny_hundal: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  68. James

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  69. Meral Akin-Hecke

    RT @londonleben: "Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them?" http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  70. Ian Scarbro

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  71. FoleyIsGood

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  72. missy

    RT @MaliZomg: Unsolicited pro-Mubarak messages sent via SMS through Vodafone. http://is.gd/ModkaR (WTF!?)

  73. Fuyo BC

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  74. Chris Ward

    RT @MaliZomg: Unsolicited pro-Mubarak messages sent via SMS through Vodafone. http://is.gd/ModkaR (WTF!?)

  75. Zoe Stavri

    Naughty Vodafone. Not content with shutting down internet, they've been sending out propaganda texts in #Egypt http://is.gd/yOuvop

  76. Richard Wilson

    Still no answer from @vodafoneuk on their company's alleged complicity with #Mubarak's thugs… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  77. Rooftop Jaxx

    RT @dontgetfooled: Still no answer from @vodafoneuk on their company's alleged complicity with #Mubarak's thugs… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  78. grmsn

    RT @craigthomler: Is #Vodafone collaborating with Mubarak in #Egypt? http://liberalconspiracy.org/2011/02/03/unsolicited-pro-mubarak-tex

  79. Hany El-Haridy

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  80. Tim Ireland

    You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  81. notexactlyhuman

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  82. Stuart Wood

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  83. Phil O'Kane

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  84. moodindi

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  85. bren

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  86. Jon Grattage

    RT @dontgetfooled: Still no answer from @vodafoneuk on their company's alleged complicity with #Mubarak's thugs… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  87. Richard Wilson

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  88. Jo Marie O'Reilly

    Are @VodafoneUK trying to win an award for least ethical company ever? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  89. Jon Grattage

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  90. Greg Eden

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  91. Ade

    RT @danmcquillan: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  92. Professional Thomas

    This is awful http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  93. Jane Howie

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/0xDL7Yl via @libcon

  94. Dave Mellows

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  95. May Abi Samra

    RT @Adewunmi: RT @danmcquillan: Explosive story: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  96. Double.Karma

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  97. Alan Henness

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  98. herman pett

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  99. Jay Baker

    RT @JoMarieOReilly: Are @VodafoneUK trying to win an award for least ethical company ever? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  100. Graham Linehan

    In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  101. James Abbott

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  102. Chloe Yates

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  103. Jared Earle

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  104. Lewis

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  105. Mitch Sullivan

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  106. Rhona

    If you thought Vodafone was bad before… http://bit.ly/icSOWR #egypt #mubarak

  107. Amisha

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs,unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  108. Chris McLaughlin

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  109. Garlic Toothpaste

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  110. Nic Wassell

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  111. Dennis North

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it lst night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  112. Mark McCullagh

    Pro-Mubarak text messages from Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/U1ZuwlE via @libcon

  113. Crabworld

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  114. Steve Brammer

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  115. Deb

    RT @Glinner In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  116. fill3rup

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  117. Fianna Failed

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  118. MOB

    RT @scatatkins: allegations that vodafone was sending out pro mubarak texts http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  119. Paul Wood

    RT @bloggerheads: You would think a company with the PR problems Vodaphone has would be quicker to deny this, but no http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  120. Darryn Spragg

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  121. William Martin

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  122. Paul

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  123. raggyguy

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? Those loveable Vodafone folks?? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/GdWSbSH via @libcon

  124. Paul McCaffery

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  125. Tim Crawford

    @Glinner @UKuncut Seems like Vodafone is fucking everyone over (UK & Egypt) RT http://goo.gl/bpK23 http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  126. Nick Flugge

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  127. Nancie

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  128. John Finucane

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  129. niallmurph

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  130. antimubarak

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  131. Ceehaitch

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  132. Does_It_Matter

    @Glinner Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25
    <<, Modern day leaflet bombing.

  133. Stacey Palmer

    This is madness… RT @Glinner Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://t.co/r53pl4T #jan25

  134. Claire Smith

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  135. Greig Byrne

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  136. Aloha Analytics

    RT @sunny_hundal: @ioerror Jacob – I've blogged about allegations Vodafone helping Mubarak here: http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  137. Claire Donnelly

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  138. Paul Wood

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  139. Jamie Grafton

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  140. gillo ballybay

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  141. Benedict Bowen

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  142. Egil Moeller

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  143. Mike Newman

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  144. Martin

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  145. Chica Lolita

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  146. filper

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  147. Trish Zanetti

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  148. Dee

    RT @MissEllieMae: MUST READ RT @sunny_hundal: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  149. Jonathan Allain

    Whoa. RT @Glinner In case you missed it: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #jan25

  150. Andrew Budkiewicz

    RT @scatatkins: allegations that vodafone was sending out pro mubarak texts http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  151. Project Chanology

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  152. Ferret Dave

    @rattlecans http://liberalconspiracy.org/2011/02/03/unsolicited-pro-mubarak-text-messages-from-egypt/

  153. Ori Meissa

    Vodaphone say the regime forced them to send pro regime messages to their customers in #Egypt. http://is.gd/HoWVfs re: http://is.gd/i6HU1P

  154. Mili

    Vodafone sending pro-Mubarak spam to all it's #Egypt customers? http://bit.ly/eFDbO2

  155. Francisco

    despicable behaviour of vodafone #egypt. if you are a vodafone client cancel now!. nao sejas cliente vodafone http://bit.ly/f4RKge #jan25

  156. isoworg

    RT @bohemiacademia: Whoah. Wait. What? Really? Vodafone Egypt decides to send customers pro-Mubarak texts http://bit.ly/fS7r8D /via @JM_ …

  157. Vodafone forced to send pro-government messages in Egypt

    [...] messages, published in translated form over at Liberal Conspiracy, include statements like: “The Armed Forces asks Egypt’s honest and loyal men to confront [...]

  158. F.A.Z.-Community

    [...] confront the traitors and criminals and protect our people and honor and our precious Egypt." Alle hier. Jetzt hat sich Vodafone in einem offiziellen Statement geäußert: "These [...]

  159. sunny hundal

    Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  160. Tim Ireland

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  161. DarkestAngel

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  162. RJ Ward

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  163. Dagger

    Auch #Vodafone verteilt #SMS #Propaganda in #Ägypten. http://bit.ly/glfBIl http://bit.ly/fHUMr6

  164. Hans Carlos Hofmann

    RT @___Dagger___: Auch #Vodafone verteilt #SMS #Propaganda in #Ägypten. http://bit.ly/glfBIl http://bit.ly/fHUMr6

  165. Hans-Peter

    RT @___Dagger___: Auch #Vodafone verteilt #SMS #Propaganda in #Ägypten. http://bit.ly/glfBIl http://bit.ly/fHUMr6

  166. Muschelschloss

    RT @___Dagger___: Auch #Vodafone verteilt #SMS #Propaganda in #Ägypten. http://bit.ly/glfBIl http://bit.ly/fHUMr6

  167. Shawndra

    RT @Glinner: In case you missed it last night: Allegations Vodafone Egypt sent pro-Mubarak text msgs, unsolicited http://bit.ly/fS7r8D # …

  168. Protests in Egypt today

    [...] 261 Times in 132 Posts Apparently there have been a lot of text messages appearing on people mobiles over the last few days. Well, this is from Vodaphone. Vodafone Group PLC [...]

  169. Wizz531

    RT @monaeltahawy: Pro-#Mubarak text messages from #Egypt; who sent them? http://bit.ly/dG603O via @sunny_hundal #vodaphone #Jan25

  170. bamberries

    RT @dontgetfooled: If I was a @vodafoneuk customer, and this was true, I'd be asking for my PAC code pronto… http://bit.ly/fS7r8D #boy …

  171. Virginia Moffatt

    RT @sunny_hundal: Pro-Mubarak text messages from Egypt; but who sent them? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D // Upload yrs! http://on.fb.me/gVSCpZ #E …

  172. Mark Ferguson

    If you didn't already think Vodafone were a bunch of bastards, read this http://bit.ly/fL4peo #cancelyourcontracts

  173. Noxi

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D @HeyJude408

  174. Noxi

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D @HeyJude408

  175. Caroline Alabi

    RT @Markfergusonuk: If you didn't already think Vodafone were a bunch of bastards, read this http://bit.ly/fL4peo #cancelyourcontracts

  176. jantoniomoreno

    Mensajes de texto a favor del gobierno de Egipto enviados por Vodafone http://t.co/en32ujO vía @libcon

  177. I'malrightjack

    RT @sunny_hundal: Oh boy – http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  178. paul ruggiero

    RT @Glinner: Just saw an explosive story unfold on Twitter, summed up here by @sunny_hundal http://fwd4.me/uzt #Egypt #Jan25 (HT @BodyIn …

  179. matt rimmer

    RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  180. Claire Loy

    @jamgyal He sent this link in a r/t http://fwd4.me/uzt

  181. Laura E.

    RT @Glinner: Just saw an explosive story unfold on Twitter, summed up here by @sunny_hundal http://fwd4.me/uzt #Egypt #Jan25 (HT @BodyIn …

  182. Judy

    RT @noxhanti: RT @sunny_hundal: Vodafone Egypt update: they claim the Egyptian govt 'made them do it' (see update 4) http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  183. sunny hundal

    @johannhari101 did you hear about Vodafone "being forced" by Mubarak to send pro-regime text msgs? http://bit.ly/fS7r8D – bastards innit

  184. Peter G.

    How the #Mubarak regime hijacked Vodafone to spread violence via SMS in Egypt http://bit.ly/f4RKge #egypt #jan25

  185. kubra

    RT @Muslimerican: How the #Mubarak regime hijacked Vodafone to spread violence via SMS in Egypt http://bit.ly/f4RKge #egypt #jan25

  186. Phil Mok ??? ??

    RT @Muslimerican: How the #Mubarak regime hijacked Vodafone to spread violence via SMS in Egypt http://bit.ly/f4RKge #egypt #jan25

  187. I_Protest

    RT @Muslimerican: How the #Mubarak regime hijacked Vodafone to spread violence via SMS in Egypt http://bit.ly/f4RKge #egypt #jan25

  188. Yuanrang

    ?????Vodafone?????TL??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? http://bit.ly/f4RKge

  189. Vodafone ???????? ?? ??????? ????????????????? ????????? ? ?????? | ??? ????

    [...] ????????? ?? ??????? (????????? ?? Liberal Conspiracy): “??????????? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ? ?????? [...]

  190. Egypt protests: Thursday 3 February as it happened « The Joe Lake Blog The Joe Lake Blog

    [...] An image, from the website Liberal Conspiracy, of one of the pro-Mubarak text messages sent from the Vodafone [...]

  191. Pikachu

    RT @Muslimerican: How the #Mubarak regime hijacked Vodafone to spread violence via SMS in Egypt http://bit.ly/f4RKge #egypt #jan25

  192. Hind Makki

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/RsWIw0m #Jan25 #Vodaphone

  193. Rachel Hubbard

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://goo.gl/JP6Kd

  194. Egypt abuzz at reports Mubarak will step down tonight | Left Foot Forward

    [...] blocked Al Jazeera’s broadcasts, arrested journalists and forced Vodafone to send pro-government text messages across the country. He was blamed for inciting two [...]

  195. skip dargis

    @SherifSharkawy Vodafone Text Messages from early in feb. 2011 http://bit.ly/fL4peo

  196. sunny hundal

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  197. Moonbootica

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  198. Adam

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  199. Ellie Mae O'Hagan

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  200. Mona Eltahawy

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  201. Mona Eltahawy

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  202. Haany Halim

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  203. jean

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  204. jean

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  205. Favstar Pop

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  206. Favstar Pop

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  207. Twi-Nay-Ted

    The truth about #Vodafone and #Jan25 http://goo.gl/ji7DM Pro #Mubarak text messages! #Egypt #Tahrir #May27 v @Glinner

  208. Clive

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  209. Abdel Meguid Kassem

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  210. Zeynep Tufekci

    MT @sunny_hundal: … Vodafone spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D

  211. David Poole

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  212. Khalid

    BTW, we were first to show that Vodafone had spammed its subscribers in Egypt with pro-Mubarak text msgs http://bit.ly/fS7r8D (via @glinner)

  213. amina niazi

    Pro-Mubarak text messages in Egypt; who sent them? | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/f8CwB87 via @libcon





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