In a Nov. 15 story about Egypt's plan to apply for the first Internet domain name written in Arabic, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted Yahoo Inc. co-founder Jerry Yang. Yang said new Internet users in emerging markets "will need Web content, and want more content in their native language, and still others won't just be bound by language and barriers, but have other challenges such as reading, literacy." Yang did not use the word "liberty" in the passage.
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