Google's head of marketing for the Middle East and North Africa Wael Ghonim has gone missing in Egypt. Ghonim, a supporter of the Egyptian opposition, has been missing since Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Ghonim had been a vocal supporter of the protesters in Egypt, on his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Ghonim's Twitter account indicated he had been actively participated in the protests on January 25th, and he last posted on the 27th.
The posts reflect his active involvement.
Google would not confirm any information, the Los Angeles Times reported. "Google declined to confirm if Ghonim was in fact missing. A spokeswoman did say in an e-mail: "We care deeply about the safety of our employees, but to protect their privacy, we don't comment on the individually."
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