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Al-Maliki's order preventing the use of "Facebook" in the Premiership

Ali Abdullah -01/10/2012-8: 27 pm | Hits: 1017

An informed source revealed Monday, a Deputy Director, Office of the Prime Minister and his son Ahmad Al-Maliki help prevent employees from using social-networking sites, for unknown reasons.

The source, who asked not to be named, quoted by the news agency "Twilight", "Ahmed Al-Malki issued strict orders and instructions to the Cabinet officers of not using social networking sites, especially Facebook for unknown reasons".

"Maliki Jr. threatened to transfer any employee works Council to be discovered in Baghdad that has an account on Facebook by his real name".

The social networking website Facebook started a period affects many joints of Iraqi life particularly in the rallies and protests and vigils have been continuing users especially young people through that service had a significant impact on events that emerged in the city in February 2011.

http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=ar&to=en&a=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.burathanews.com%2Fnews_article_171356.html

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Al-Maliki's order preventing the use of "Facebook" in the Premiership

Ali Abdullah -01/10/2012-8: 27 pm | Hits: 1017

An informed source revealed Monday, a Deputy Director, Office of the Prime Minister and his son Ahmad Al-Maliki help prevent employees from using social-networking sites, for unknown reasons.

The source, who asked not to be named, quoted by the news agency "Twilight", "Ahmed Al-Malki issued strict orders and instructions to the Cabinet officers of not using social networking sites, especially Facebook for unknown reasons".

"Maliki Jr. threatened to transfer any employee works Council to be discovered in Baghdad that has an account on Facebook by his real name".

The social networking website Facebook started a period affects many joints of Iraqi life particularly in the rallies and protests and vigils have been continuing users especially young people through that service had a significant impact on events that emerged in the city in February 2011.

http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=ar&to=en&a=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.burathanews.com%2Fnews_article_171356.html

................If This isn't a damned dictatorship, I don't know what is. They have the audacity to claim that they are going to be a Democratic society ?

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That's why Shabbi has not accepted my friends request..... The bast$rd!!

Ah...but Allawi accepted mine. Though I did notice he and Maliki are NOT mutual friends. lol. Kinda cool reading Allawi's posts on Facebook though half the time they are in Arabic.

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The article is dated January 2012. Looks like the upshot is saying, you can't use Facebook while you are at work, and should be doing your work instead of schmoozing and cruising online in a social network site. And if you are there, you are not speaking for the governmnet of Iraq under official title of your office, so if tempted, just say no.

Whether or not this is evidence of a dictatorship, I'm not sure. Pretty much every US federal and state employee is bound to the exact same tules. Only in the US, in most gov't settings, they can now just filter out all social networking so you can't even get to it in the first place, unless you are at executive level (and then you best not be schmoozing and be able to prove your use is for research, questioning and monitoring kind of stuff)....

Not sure this is really much of a major event or announcement, (other than to tell Iraqi's no worries, gov't is actually working and not cruising on the internet... ) :D :D

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The article is dated January 2012. Looks like the upshot is saying, you can't use Facebook while you are at work, and should be doing your work instead of schmoozing and cruising online in a social network site. And if you are there, you are not speaking for the governmnet of Iraq under official title of your office, so if tempted, just say no.

Whether or not this is evidence of a dictatorship, I'm not sure. Pretty much every US federal and state employee is bound to the exact same tules. Only in the US, in most gov't settings, they can now just filter out all social networking so you can't even get to it in the first place, unless you are at executive level (and then you best not be schmoozing and be able to prove your use is for research, questioning and monitoring kind of stuff)....

Not sure this is really much of a major event or announcement, (other than to tell Iraqi's no worries, gov't is actually working and not cruising on the internet... ) :D :D

So now we know why sometimes nothing happens in parliament :P

Ok....let's take a poll....would you rather own Facebook stock or Dinar :huh::blink::unsure:

No brainer! :)

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