Where I live, Natalee Holloway is a local story. We've been saturated with the coverage of her disappearance, as well as all of the rescue and search efforts. When the media scale went multi-national, Aruba had a small window of opportunity to gird against the backlash.
Now Aruban businesses and residents who rely on tourist dollars are getting concerned about the publicity and its effect on the economy.
Aruba's Chamber of Commerce (or equivalent) needed to be out in front of this situation, making sure there were plenty of experts who could explain the differences between the U.S. and Aruban justice systems. They still need to be out in front, using the internet to be a resource to all of those outsiders who have a stake in this case, or might one day consider vacationing there.
If it's happening, I don't see it. And as much as I am online, if I don't see it, it's not enough.