Security chief asks Saudis to monitor Internet use

Monday, 26 November 2007, 2:03 AM EST

Saudis should do more to help the government monitor use of the Internet to help fight Islamic militancy, intelligence chief Prince Muqrin bin Abdul-Aziz said on Saturday.

The prince was giving details of a conference on information technology and national security his intelligence body will hold next week. The conference is part of a new effort to get Saudis to help the authorities tackle a 4-year-old campaign by militants allied to al Qaeda against the U.S.-allied government.

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