The recent election in Iran has punctuated the unbelievable impact that the Web has had on the way we digest news and the steps goverments take to convey legitimacy to the world. Regardless of how much we actually may be able to dissect results, the media revolution seems to be firmly intact. While these events might have been much more closed off in the past, it seems as if the Web hs forced regimes to take some steps to head off world reaction. Recently, China mandated that Web filtering software be pre-installed on all computers sold in the country. One of the best parts of working on ExpatExchange.com is getting feedback from our users all over the world regarding the perceptions of these type of events in the countries in which they reside. So tell us… what are you hearing about these events, or those like them?