Ayuda Después del Huracán María

By Nayeli on September 22, 2017

Zello te puede ayudar a comunicarte con tus familiares y amigos o encontrar información acerca de la situación en diferentes zonas en Puerto Rico por medio de varios canales disponibles en la aplicación. Recuerda que Zello necesita una red de Internet para funcionar y muchas de las torres en Puerto Rico fueron dañadas durante el huracán. Los canales más activos relacionados con Puerto Rico son:

Si no tienes Zello instalado:

  1. Descarga Zello por medio del Appstore o Play Store y haz clic en “no tengo una cuenta de Zello” o “nueva cuenta de Zello” y sigue los pasos para crear tu cuenta.
  2. Agrega uno de los canales recomendados para tratar de aprender más sobre la situación en Puerto Rico.
  3. Lee los consejos que Zello ofrece para ocasiones de desastre aquí.

La recomendación para saber más de amigos y familiares en Puerto Rico, fuera de Zello son:

  • Contactar a la Administración de Asuntos Federales de Puerto Rico al número 202-778-0710.
  • FEMA recomienda llamar a este número 800-621-3362, y para inscribirte para más ayuda llama TTY: 800-462-7585.
  • Las escuelas publicas son ahora refugios. El estadio San Juan Roberto Clemente es el refugio más grande en la capital.
  • La Cruz Roja Americana recomienda llamar al 1-800-733-2767 para buscar a amigos o familiares con condiciones pre-existentes de salid o condiciones de enfermedades mentales.

Si tienes más preguntas de cómo usar Zello por favor déjanos saber en la sección de comentarios.

Did You Know Zello Can Be Used with Hearing Aids?

By Nancy on May 30, 2017

Frankly, we never did until one industrious 16-year-old came across our radar last March. Zello has always strived to be fully blind-accessible, and we have many users who are visually impaired and use Zello with VoiceOver. Our Support team often helps visually impaired users, but when Linn Ayers contacted Support in March, she was wondering how to use Zello with her son’s hearing aid. We had no experience with hearing aids and didn’t know how to answer her question. We asked for more information to try to help but, luckily for us, her son Bryan had already figured it out. That’s when we first heard of this amazing young man’s story, and we wanted to share it so that others could benefit.

Bryan’s story began 16 years ago when he was born in Mobile, Alabama. He and his twin, Andrew, were the pride and joy of their parents, Linn and David Ayers. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary until around age 2, when Andrew started talking but Bryan did not. Bryan seemed to ignore his parents and did not respond to verbal cues like Andrew did. After seeing multiple doctors and specialists, Bryan was diagnosed as being severely hearing impaired. Bryan was immediately fitted with hearing aids and started regular speech therapy. Today, as a result of this early intervention, Bryan’s hearing impairment is not readily apparent to most people. Bryan speaks normally, and his hearing is near-normal with the help of some pretty high-tech hearing aids.

The hearing aid Bryan uses is the model Oticon OPN2, a small over-the-ear model which uses Bluetooth technology to pair to his iPhone 5. Using a special app with the hearing aid, Bryan can listen to music or other audio. He can also use Zello, which is something we were not aware of. After pairing the hearing aid to his phone, Bryan could install Zello and then simply pick the hearing aid as the remote device to use from the Zello app. By using Zello with the hearing aid, Bryan can talk and listen to others remotely while also listening to his surroundings – this was crucial to his volunteering efforts at the SouthSounds Music Festival held in Mobile last April.

David Ayers had been involved in music festivals for years. This year, Bryan volunteered to help out backstage, alongside his dad. Other volunteers on the loading team were already using Zello for communications. They could use an earpiece in one ear for Zello and hear their surroundings with the other ear. This would not work for Bryan, as he needed the hearing aid to hear his surroundings.

The crew suggested Bryan try Zello out and see if it was compatible with his hearing aid. Fortunately, the Oticon hearing aid and Zello worked perfectly together. Bryan could talk and listen to fellow team mates while still hearing what was going on around him. Bryan’s dad was so impressed, he started to get his colleagues at work to use Zello. Here’s a shot of Bryan working backstage with Zello:

Bryan is a very busy young man and nothing slows him down. He continues to excel at school, has an engineering internship, and participates in a number of extra-curricular activities where perfect hearing is usually a prerequisite. He is in the high school jazz band and is also the drummer in a 4-piece rock band named Stereo Dogs. The band plays gigs around Mobile and has a new music video and CD available on their website. Check them out and support this very talented group of teens!

In addition to supporting the Opticon hearing aid, Zello has tested and certified many accessories for high-noise and hands-free use. We are constantly adding vendors and devices to this list. If you would like to suggest an accessory to add, please contact us at sales@zello.com, or if you are developing an accessory to run with Zello, read our guidelines here.

Russia Blocks Zello

By Nancy on April 13, 2017

This evening, Russia blocked Zello. This action follows a notice we received last week from the Russian regulator Roskomnadzor that Zello is not in compliance with a law that governs information distribution brokers (Article 10.1 of the Federal Law of 27.07.2006 number 149-FZ).

“Information distribution broker” is how the Russian law describes Internet communications services and includes messenger apps, email providers, and social networks. The law requires that all such services store all application messages and user data in Russia. We would be required to provide this data to law enforcement upon their request. We would also provide law enforcement with the means of surveillance on Zello conversations globally and would have to share all Zello encryption keys with FSB, the Russian state security organization.

These are requirements that we are not able to meet or willing to comply with, even if we could.

Zello is popular in Russia, with more than 400,000 active users there. Like Zello users everywhere, Russians use the app to connect with family members and friends and to participate in social, political, and humanitarian conversations and events. But it is also used by search and rescue personnel, taxi services, law enforcement, and drivers needing assistance.

No other global service would be willing to meet this Roskomnadzor law. We cannot speculate why the Russian government is blocking their citizens’ communication through Zello.

Besides Zello, the only other major service known to be blocked is LinkedIn, which also refused to comply with the Roskomnadzor and has been blocked in Russia since November 2016.

Zello Channels are a powerful feature of the app which makes it easy to create groups for public or private conversations. Large numbers of Zello users in Ukraine, Hong Kong, Venezuela, Turkey, and Egypt have relied on Zello to organize democratic political movements in their countries.

Russians who rely on Zello should use VPN solutions to continue using Zello. Zello is working on deploying technology to circumvent the block.

Bill Moore
CEO Zello

Related press coverage from the Roskomnadzor warning last week:
https://globalvoices.org/2017/04/10/russia-blocks-walkie-talkie-app-zello-as-truckers-strike/
https://en.crimerussia.com/gromkie-dela/roskomnadzor-blocked-zello-app-used-by-striking-truckers/

Story about trucker strike with Zello mention
https://therussianreader.com/tag/zello-walkie-talkie-app/

News from Venezuelan block of Zello
News from Ukraine use of Zello

О возможной блокировке Zello в России

By Alexey Gavrilov on April 8, 2017

Блокировка Zello в России

Важное обновление: 12 апреля 2017 в 23:30 интернет-провайдеры в России начали блокирование Zello. О перебоях в работе приложения сообщайте через канал в Телеграм: https://t.me/zello_ru

Два дня назад мы получили уведомление Роскомнадзора о том, что в случае невыполнения Zello требований статьи 10.1 Федерального закона от 27.07.2006 № 149-ФЗ «Об информации, информационных технологиях и о защите информации» доступ к сайту zello.com и сервису Zello на территории России будет закрыт.

Число активных пользователей Zello в России превышает 400 тысяч человек и наше бесплатное приложение ежедневно используется для взаимопомощи водителей на дорогах, поисково-спасательных работ, в службах такси, для помощи граждан правоохранительным органам, организации мирных протестов, обсуждения общественно-важных тем, поиска друзей и общения.

Статья 10.1 была добавлена в закон 5 мая 2014 года и устанавливает ряд невыполнимых условий для “организаторов распространения информации в Интернете”. Под это намеренно широкое понятие попадают все социальные сети, мессенджеры, провайдеры электронной почты и даже интернет-форумы. Закон устанавливает следующие требования:

  1. Уведомить Роскомнадзор о начале деятельности путем внесения сервиса в специальный реестр
  2. Хранить в течении 1 года на территории РФ логи любого обмена сообщениями между пользователями, а также информацию об этих пользователях и предоставлять ее по запросу правоохранительных органов
  3. Хранить в течении 6 месяцев на территории РФ копию всех (в том числе голосовых) сообщений пользователей и предоставлять их по запросу правоохранительных органов
  4. Обеспечить возможность прослушки сообщений
  5. Предоставить правоохранительным органам ключи шифрования, необходимые для декодирования любых сообщений

Формальным поводом принятия этого закона была заявлена борьба с терроризмом, однако фактически он может быть использован для выборочной блокировки любого неугодного интернет-сервиса. Ранее со ссылкой на этот закон была заблокирована социальная сеть Linkedin, очередная цель — Zello, завтра может быть заблокирован Twitter, Facebook или Telegram.

Требования статьи 10.1 закона 149-ФЗ не только абсурдны с технической точки зрения, но и противоречат принципам Zello, поэтому мы не будем их выполнять.

Поддержите нас, направив жалобу в Роскомнадзор и распространив эту информацию.

Мы надеемся, что блокировка не состоится, либо окажется неэффективной и вы сможете продолжить использовать Zello в обычном режиме. Тем не менее мы рекомендуем всем пользователям подготовиться к неблагоприятному варианту развития событий:

  1. Установите самую новую версию Zello из App Store или Google Play и скачайте клиентское приложение для ПК.
  2. Убедитесь что у вас есть контакты вне Zello всех людей с кем вам важно поддерживать связь.
  3. Установите и попробуйте на вашем телефоне одно из приложений для создания VPN. Мы успешно протестировали с Zello Opera Free VPN для Android и iPhone.
  4. Если вы администрируете канал в Zello, создайте зеркало вашего Zello канала в Telegram или Discord и пригласите туда ваших пользователей.

Zello Celebrates 100 Million Users!

By Nancy on February 1, 2017


It took us almost 9 years to do it, but Zello registered users now exceed 100,000,000! We are very proud and excited about this achievement and want to share it with our Zello fans. Without the support generated through word-of-mouth by our users, we could not have attained this major milestone.

A Little Zello Trivia

Zello started out as “Loudtalks” in Russia back in 2007. The original Loudtalks application was designed for Windows PC, and allowed users to communicate instantly with friends by pushing and holding a hot key. You can still get Zello for Windows from our website. After the official launch on September 17, 2007 at the TechCrunch40 Conference in San Francisco, the service retained a low profile with about 10,000 registered users in the first three months. While traction was slow, the team kept improving the product and introducing new features, all while running the service from a single $200/month server hosted in Houston, TX at ThePlanet.

Everything changed with the release of Loudtalks for Blackberry. It was the first voice communications app on that platform, providing free push-to-talk (PTT) using any carrier network or WiFi. The Loudtalks Blackberry app drew over two million users within the first three weeks of its launch. The little side project was now a full-blown startup venture.

In early 2012, the Loudtalks team permanently relocated to Austin, TX where Loudtalks was rebranded and relaunched as Zello that February. Bill Moore (former founder and the CEO of TuneIn Radio) became the CEO of the newly incorporated, U.S. based company. From the original team of three in 2007, Zello has grown to a team of 16 – still small considering the size of Zello’s user base. Only eight developers support over 100 million users worldwide.

Zello adds ZelloWork, Hardware Vendors, and Software Developer Program

In addition to the free consumer app, we have a paid subscription service called ZelloWork. ZelloWork provides PTT solutions for enterprise and mid-size businesses around the world; it is rapidly becoming the go-to solution for businesses trying to update antiquated radio systems. Major companies such as Starwood, Marriott, W Hotels, Restoration Hardware, IKEA, YRC Freight, Hubspot, and Honda use ZelloWork.

Zello has worked with numerous hardware vendors to offer our users a wide selection of hands-free and enhanced audio solutions. See Zello Accessories for the full list of supported accessories. In addition, Zello has recently added an ISV Developer Program. Third party developers can now integrate ZelloWork into their own apps using SDKs and APIs available from the ZelloWork Developer Program.

Our Users are our Priority

Since its launch, Zello has remained totally free, ad-free and spam-free – and we plan to keep it that way. As we expand and improve our products and services, Zello will continue to remain focused on optimizing the user experience, ensuring a high-quality product, and providing top-notch support. We love hearing from our fans who are using Zello for good causes. Whether it’s connecting people with similar goals/ideologies, reducing crime in neighborhoods, or rescuing people during natural disasters, we are proud that Zello has been chosen to be part of these efforts.

If you are using Zello to improve your community, or have any suggestions on how to take Zello to the next milestone of 1 billion users, we’d love to hear from you! You can send suggestions to info@zello.com or support@zello.com.

Thanks for the Zello Love!

The Cajun Navy: How Tech and Boaters Joined Forces to Save Lives

By Nancy on October 10, 2016

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You might not have heard, but last August 2016, the biggest flood to hit Louisiana in 500 years happened. More than 30,000 people were evacuated and over 146,000 homes damaged. Unlike well-known Hurricane Katrina in 2005, it didn’t have a name, and the rescue and recovery efforts were better orchestrated. So it just wasn’t deemed as newsworthy.

Consequently, little was publicized about the rescue efforts of a small ragtag band of boaters known as the “Cajun Navy.” But their story deserves to be told. It’s a story about regular folks doing extraordinary things, using a little tech and a lot of determination.

The original Cajun Navy was born out of necessity during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Plagued by government red tape and delayed rescue efforts during Katrina, a small group of locals with boats got together and pitched in to do whatever they could. They became local heroes known as The Cajun Navy, as they picked up residents trapped by flood waters, put them on their boats, and transported them to safety.

The namesake group was called into action again this past August 12th, when flooding began in Livingston Parish – the hardest hit area. The amount of water rose so quickly, that it caught many residents off guard. Unable to prepare and evacuate in time, many found themselves stranded in their homes or on their rooftops.

Initial frantic calls for help came across on Facebook posts. AT&T cell towers were knocked out, making phone calls impossible. Many people in neighboring unaffected parishes saw these pleas and wanted to do something to help. They didn’t want to sit idle or wait for the government to come and rescue these people. It was at this point that a new, stronger, and more organized Cajun Navy really sprang into action.

Realizing there needed to be a central point of command to coordinate rescue efforts, stay-at-home mom and local Good Samaritan, Alaina Hebert, took it upon herself to head rescue efforts. A brand-new Facebook group for rescue efforts was created, asking for volunteers to join, especially those with boats and other equipment. The group eventually grew to over 23,000 members from all parts of the U.S. With a huge base of volunteers ready and able to help out, the Cajun Navy was now ready to take on the daunting task of coordinating water rescues.

As the flooding progressed, Parish Sheriff offices quickly became inundated with calls for help. With a backlog of over over 150 unanswered calls, Parish officials welcomed the offer of help from the Cajun Navy to handle some of the overflow. Cajun Navy volunteers immediately stepped in to help, going where needed with Sheriff Deputies onboard using their flotilla of fishing boats, canoes, and kayaks.

In the end, the Cajun Navy, with their band of 100-200 amateur and professional boaters, managed to save thousands of stranded residents and pets. The entire rescue effort was coordinated using two free apps: Zello as a live walkie-talkie dispatch and Glympse as a GPS locator. It was the first time apps had been used in this way – the technology did not exist during Hurricane Katrina.

Shawn Boudreaux, VP of the Cajun Navy and self-described “closet nerd” introduced the technology to the group. An avid player of Ingress (a location-based mobile app game), he used Zello to communicate with fellow team members during Ingress events. Shawn knew Zello could be a great tool for dispatchers to coordinate the hundreds of boats scattered throughout flooded areas. With the support of now Cajun Navy President, Alaina Hebert, he put the apps in motion by asking for volunteers on Facebook to come and install Zello and Glympse on their devices before going out on water rescues.

Shawn created a private Zello channel called “CajunNavy” for the volunteer dispatchers and boaters to communicate with each other. At the peak of the crisis, the channel had over 800 members or subscribers. All 800 could be online and active at the same time (the limit is 2000). As calls for help came in, they were transmitted live on the channel. By using Glympse and Google Maps for GPS coordinates, the closest boats could then be dispatched to help. The process resulted in more efficient and timely rescues.

A sister group named the “Cajun Army” also used Zello to coordinate post-flood efforts, providing food and shelter and dispatching volunteers to help clean-up damaged homes.

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Though flood waters have since receded, the Cajun Navy and Cajun Army continues to help their neighbors rebuild their homes and lives. This is all done without monetary donations or government aid. If you would like to help out or just thank them, please join their Facebook groups and Zello channel by using the links below.

Cajun Navy Facebook Page
Cajun Army Facebook Page
Cajun Navy Zello Channel

If you have a similar story of how you used Zello to help your community, please contact us at info@zello.com. We’d love to hear about it!

Zello presents at Russian Transport Safety Forum

By Nancy on April 29, 2016

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Zello has a large following in Russia, especially within the transportation sector, which includes taxi and delivery services. Recently, Zello’s COO in Russia, Veronika Zaslavskaya, was invited to speak about transportation safety issues and how Zello could be used to avoid dangerous driver actions such as texting or handling devices while driving.

The panel also discussed the adoption of safety laws similar to the 2012 U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations for commercial truck drivers which bans texting and phone handling while driving. As each violation can cost up to $2750 for the driver and $11,000 for the employer, trucking companies are eager to adopt technologies such as Zello for Work to ensure their drivers are compliant.

By using Zello with hands-free accessories or as part of an integrated in-cab solution, drivers can easily communicate with dispatchers and other drivers while keeping their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel.

The findings from the transport safety forum will be used to prepare recommendations for the Russian legislature, to be presented later this year.

Zello Works Where Traditional Radios Fail

By Nancy on April 22, 2016

Last week, we got a very nice note from a member of the San Bernadino County Sheriff’s Cave and Technical Rescue Team (caverescue.net, sbsar.org). He explained how Zello was used in a recent search and rescue (SAR) mission. They were looking for possible human remains located in a mine shaft about 400 feet deep. When they lowered a person with a VHF radio down the shaft to investigate, the team on top realized they could not communicate with the person down in the shaft. The opening was too small relative to the wavelength of the radios, and their VHF radios were useless in that environment.

Since the team knew Zello worked with WiFi, and they had already established a WiFi hotspot on top, the team decided to try a little experiment. They decided to try Zello instead. They were surprised to find that it worked flawlessly! By lowering the person with a smartphone and Zello installed, he was able to maintain communication with the entire team.

“Amazingly we were able to maintain contact to about the 350 foot level. I was astonished! This is not an RF-friendly environment.”

We love hearing stories like this from our users. If you’ve had a similar experience where Zello saved the day when radios failed, drop us a line! Here are a couple pictures of that SAR mission:

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Team at top of mine shaft

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Going down with Zello onboard

Goodbye Zello Local

By Bill Moore on September 26, 2014

Zello Local feature first introduced this June never became popular so was pulled to simplify the app.

Many found the feature and a few started local conversations. But even with hundreds of nearby Zello users listening, the conversations seldom lived on.

Zello is anonymous and only used approximate location, yet many users worried about their security. Maybe they worried because our live voice is uniquely authentic. Of course that’s what makes Zello special.

Live public and private voice channels remain popular and we’ll keep trying new ideas to make Zello a better place to keep and make friends.

Zello is the most important app for Venezuela and Ukraine

By Bill Moore on February 24, 2014

The past week Zello has been the #1 overall app in Venezuela and Ukraine – more popular than Facebook or any other app.  Last year the same was true first in Turkey and later in Egypt.

After the largest ISP in Venezuela blocked Zello, team worked hard to update the app and restore service in under a day.

We are proud that  Zello’s social radio matters and are working hard to keep it available.

Press interviews and articles keep pouring in, examples below.

Bill Moore, CEO

 

INTERNET A CRUCIAL VENEZUELA BATTLEGROUND  Associated Press, Feb 21, 2014

Twitter, Other Apps Disrupted in Venezuela Amid Protests  Wall Street Journal, Feb 21, 2014

Austin company updating app for blocked Venezuelans  KXAN, Feb 22, 2014

The App That’s Fueling the Uprising in Venezuela  Defense One, Feb 24, 2014

Venezuela sends troops to violence-hit state  Aljazeera, Feb 22, 2014

Marketplace radio interview, NPR, Feb 24 2014

Targeted Internet blockages highlight political battles in Venezuela  US News and World Report, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela blocks Zello app popular among protesters  Huffington Post, Feb 21, 2014

Internet a Crucial Venezuela Battleground  ABC News, Feb 21, 2014

Prostesters in Venezuela, Ukraine turn to peer-to-peer messaging app  CNNWorld,  Feb 24, 2014

THE TECH BEHIND THE PROTESTS IN KIEV  Esquire.com, Feb 21, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters Yahoo News, Feb 21, 2014

Four Websites That Are Down In Venezuela and More  International Business Times, Feb 21, 2014

The Tech Behind the Protests in Kiev  Popular Mechanics, Feb 24, 2014

Venezuela Doesn’t Want Its Protestors Using This ‘Walkie-Talkie’ App Made in Texas   Business Insider, Feb 24, 2014

This app is fueling the uprising in Venezuela  Quartz, Feb 24, 2014

Battle for Venezuela Being Fought Online Top Tech News, Feb 24, 2014

Protesters using peer-to-peer messaging app KSPR ABC, Feb 24, 2014

Venezuela blocks Zello app popular among protesters: CEO  Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/business/venezuela-blocks-zello-app-popular-among-protesters-ceo-1.1697102#ixzz2uHZuvO83  CTV News, Feb 21, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  NEWS.com.au, Feb 22, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  Ocala StarBanner, Feb 21, 2014

Targeted Internet blockages highlight political battles in Venezuela Times Colonist, Feb 20, 2014

What to know right now about Venezuela  MSNBC, Feb 22, 2014

In Venezuela, The Internet Becomes A Crucial Battleground  NBC News, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela protests: Internet a crucial battleground; President Nicolas Maduro blocks websites, removes NTN24 for showing student killing  CanIndia, Feb 23, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  MyFOXAustin, Feb 20, 2014

Cyberspace a battleground for future of Venezuela  eNCA, Feb 22, 2014

Venezuelans turn to social media for protest news  Yahoo7 News, Feb 22, 2014

Venezuelan turn to social media for protest news  Global Post, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela’s media crackdown extends online  Access Blog, Feb 21, 2014

TICbeat » Social Media » Twitter and Zello say the Venezuelan censorship has reached its platforms Twitter and Zello say the Venezuelan censorship has reached its platforms  TICbeat, Feb 24, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  Marietta Times, Feb 22, 2014

Venezuela blocks ‘walkie-talkie’ app used by protesters The Globe and Mail, Feb 21, 2014

The Zello application blocked in Venezuela by the key operator  Gizmodo en Espanol, Feb, 21, 2014

Zello was updated to help Venezuelans (Exclusive Interview)  LaPatilla, Feb 24, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  Jamaica Observer, Feb 23, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  Barchart, Feb 21, 2014

Targeted Internet blockages highlight political battles in Venezuela  Winnipeg Free Press, Feb 21, 2014

Walkie-Talkie App Zello Blocked in Venezuela  Global Voices Advocacy, Feb 23, 2014

Venezuela Blocks Walkie-Talkie App Zello amid Protests  Softpedia, Feb 24, 2014

Battle For Venezuela Being Fought Online  WN.com, Feb 24, 2014

Venezuela Blacks Out Internet, Censors Apps as Ongoing Clashes Hit Cyberspace  Latin Post, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela cuenta lo que pasa con videos de YouTube  BBC Mundo, Feb 21, 2014

Targeted Internet blockages highlight battle for Venezuela  Newser, Feb 21, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  New Zealand Herald, Feb 22, 2014

Battle for Venezuela Is Being Fought as Vigorously Online as in the Streets  The Blaze, Feb 21, 2014

Battle for Venezuela being fought online  Inquirer.com, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela blocks Zello app popular among protesters  TMCnet, Feb 21, 2014

Venezuela Doesn’t Want Its Protestors Using This ‘Walkie-Talkie’ App Made In Texas  Veooz, Feb 24, 2014

Targeted Internet blockages highlight political battles in Venezuela  Leader Post, Feb 24, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  Journal Review, Feb 21, 2014

CEO: Venezuela Blocks Key App for Protesters  Naharnet, Feb 21, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  Bismarck Tribune, Feb 20, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  The TandD.com, Feb 21, 2014

Zello app is fueling the uprising in Venezuela  Inside.com, Feb 24, 2014

Internet a crucial Venezuela battleground  The News, Feb 22, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  Lompac Record, Feb 20, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  Beloit Daily News, Feb 20, 2014

CEO: Venezuela blocks key app for protesters  St Louis Post Dispatch, Feb 20, 2014

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