Vodafone questioned in Egypt on terror accusations
Vodafone lawyers are considering taking legal action in Egypt against people who are 'trying to distort the company's reputation' after it was accused of transmitting messages about a planned terror attack in an advertisement.
The company has been questioned about prosecutors about claims that it had hidden a pro-Muslim Brotherhood message in an online ad. The accusations were first made by activist Ahmad Spider and his lawyer. The controversy shows how easy it is for foreign companies to be drawn unwillingly into the current instability. Source: Financial Times
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