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BY MOST counts the Gulf region has the highest penetration of smartphones in the world.
Whats App, Facebook and Twitter have become standard modes of communication. Several surveys in 2013 showed that the kingdom has the world’s highest percentage of people on Twitter relative to its number of internet users; and on You Tube, too.
Saudi rulers make occasional attempts to close down social media or to criminalise things said in cyberspace—often with harsh punishments.
“Earlier, even Facebook was taboo,” wrote a 20-year-old Jeddah resident.One respondent, 33 and married, who has lived her whole life in the country, wrote that dating is not allowed; she does not know anyone using any such apps or websites.Another, a 29 year-old British expat who is Christian, married and has lived in Saudi Arabia for two years, says that she and her husband had to sneak around.Shopping malls are pretty much the only source of entertainment for young people, because the clerics dislike cinemas and bars.So mingling with friends on social media has obvious appeal, not least because it is illegal for unrelated men and women to fraternise in person.