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Censorship? Cairo Police Swipe Camera From CNN Crew Covering Egyptian Uprising

Source: Mediaite – By Alex Alvarez By now, you’re all probably aware of the protests and conflict unfurling in Egypt. CNN sent a crew oversea to cover the turmoil firsthand. Unfortunately, local authorities nearly ruined their coverage, and raised further

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Internet Censorship and Attacks on Journalists Amid Major Street Protests

Source: Reporters Without Borders Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns the arrests and physical attacks that journalists suffered while covering demonstrations yesterday and today in various Egyptian cities. The authorities have been doing everything possible to keep the media at a

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Censorship Grows Where Religion is the Target

Source: thestar.com Egyptian Abdel Kareem Nabil, known by his blogging name of Kareem Amer, speaks following his release in November in Cairo. He served jail time for insulting Islam and the country’s president.  Amr Nabil/AP Read the full story here.

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Posted in Human Rights

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