Mobile social networking and VOIP service, Fring, is on the frontpage of Sky News today — and they’ve been getting a good share of airtime as a result of the Iranian protests taking place at the moment.
Fring’s co-creator Avi Shechter was on live discussing how the service can be used to help Iranians keep in touch with the outside world.
Sky’s editorial bent is highlighting the fact that Fring is, of course, an Israeli company…
You can read the article and watch Avi’s interview here.
If you really want to stop Iranians communicating with the outside world, shouldn’t you just switch off mobile data services and international calls?
Or, simply, switch off the mobile phone networks for a few days.
But that’s a little bit too North Koreaish, rigiht?