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There are reports around the internet today that MobileMe—Apple’s paid-for membership to heaps of Mac/iOS4 services—has been blocked in Saudi Arabia. As you know, the Saudi Arabian government has had a hot temper in the last year when it comes to technology, specifically products (like BlackBerry smartphones) and services which are too secure, and keep their data on foreign servers.