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With Mubarak Gone, Egypt Journalists Get First Taste of Freedom

Source: Haaretz.com – By Zvi Bar’el In its commitment to keep its promises to the protesters about constitutional changes, Egypt‘s army seems to have forgotten is the vow to change the Media Law. Until just a week ago, Ibrahim Nafa,

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Europe Bites Hungary Over Media and Internet Censorship – Content-Bash Provokes Protests

Source: The Register – By Jane Fae Ozimek A rumble of protest is spreading across Europe in reaction to a new media censorship law in Hungary. Yesterday, Europe’s Digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes told an Extraordinary meeting of the European

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