Police in Riyadh detained Abu Sin on Sunday while he was driving with two friends, with the arrest accidentally broadcast live on You Now as he chatted with another user from Kuwait.The footage showed police pulling up behind the car and the teenager approaching officers, before friends tell the camera police have an arrest warrant, according to a translation by .The humorous clips show Abu Sin and Christina, 21, chatting from their homes in California and Saudi Arabia, battling language differences between English and Arabic and jokingly declaring their love for one another.In one, Abu Sin – whose nickname translates as “toothless” – dons a traditional Saudi headdress and sings Christina a traditional song before asking her to marry him.The ones that make the 5 o'clock news are likely going to be black hat.Here are 15 of the most dangerously skilled hackers to have taunted governments, brought down websites, and made millions for themselves—before finally getting caught.
It's also the oldest, having started out well before the age of apps in 2002.
Here are some of our highlights in 2014: This year, based on recommendations of al Qaws' “Palestinian Civil Society Organizations’ Attitudes on Sexual and Bodily Rights” field study, al Qaws began strengthening its connections to other Palestinian civil society organizations.
al Qaws’ networking meetings built active partnerships and substantially increased the proportion of Palestinian society actively concerned with issues of sexuality and sexual and gender diversity.
ARAB domain extension, the world's Arab population will be able to promote their unique online identity and strengthen their presence in the global community. QA, there has yet to be a broad domain ending that allows members of the larger Arabic community to represent their own identity or share it with the global Internet. ARAB domain extension broadens the possibilities of Arabic representation online. ARAB domains are poised to help promote and display the richness of Arabic culture on the worldwide web like no other TLD has yet done.
While some Arabic nations have established domain extensions like . By catering to the interests of the Arab region and its diverse communities first and foremost, .