Security chief asks Saudis to monitor Internet use
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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