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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:40:19 AM EST
    A Saudi woman watches a Youtube video of Omar Hussein In Jeddah March 26, 2012. The media is censored and reporters who cross unofficial red lines can face the sack, hefty fines or even prison sentences. But bloggers and contributors to online forums now openly discuss social ills, government inefficiency and corruption, while a Twitter user who ridicules the royal family has attracted 250,000 followers. Picture taken March 26, 2012. To match Feature SAUDI-ONLINE/TABOO REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:39:59 AM EST
    Members of the Uturn comedian group pose for a picture in Jeddah March 26, 2012. The media is censored and reporters who cross unofficial red lines can face the sack, hefty fines or even prison sentences. But bloggers and contributors to online forums now openly discuss social ills, government inefficiency and corruption, while a Twitter user who ridicules the royal family has attracted 250,000 followers. Picture taken March 26, 2012. To match Feature SAUDI-ONLINE/TABOO REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:39:41 AM EST
    Members of the Uturn comedian group work on a Youtube video in Jeddah March 26, 2012. The media is censored and reporters who cross unofficial red lines can face the sack, hefty fines or even prison sentences. But bloggers and contributors to online forums now openly discuss social ills, government inefficiency and corruption, while a Twitter user who ridicules the royal family has attracted 250,000 followers. Picture taken March 26, 2012. To match Feature SAUDI-ONLINE/TABOO REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:38:52 AM EST
    Omar Hussein, a stand up comedian popular among Saudi Arabian youth on social media websites Youtube and Facebook poses in Jeddah March 26, 2012. The media is censored and reporters who cross unofficial red lines can face the sack, hefty fines or even prison sentences. But bloggers and contributors to online forums now openly discuss social ills, government inefficiency and corruption, while a Twitter user who ridicules the royal family has attracted 250,000 followers. Picture taken March 26, 2012. To match Feature SAUDI-ONLINE/TABOO REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:38:35 AM EST
    Members of the Uturn comedian pose for picture in Jeddah March 26, 2012. The media is censored and reporters who cross unofficial red lines can face the sack, hefty fines or even prison sentences. But bloggers and contributors to online forums now openly discuss social ills, government inefficiency and corruption, while a Twitter user who ridicules the royal family has attracted 250,000 followers. Picture taken March 26, 2012. To match Feature SAUDI-ONLINE/TABOO REUTERS/Susan Baaghil (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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