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Internet Censorship: Enemies of the Internet – Infographic

Brought to you by our friends at open-site.org (Creative Commons License) If you think identity theft is the worst-case-scenario of Internet use, you clearly don’t live in any of the nations that make the list of top “Enemies of the

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Posted in Internet Censorship

Facebook Loses “Cool Points” – Censoring Art Getting Ridiculous

Did you know that the CBS Morning Show, Twitter, the local art gallery, and high school art class are way cooler than Facebook? Well, they are, and here is why. Andrew Zar, owner of Dark Brain Comics (darkbrain.com), has had

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Tunisian Blogger Resigns From Government Over Internet Censorship

Tunis – A renowned Tunisian blogger who was imprisoned during the country’s Jasmine Revolution announced Tuesday his resignationfrom the country’s interim government, apparently in protest over the resumption of internet censorship. Slim Amadou, 23, minister for sport and youth, announced

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Posted in Human Rights

UK Court Expands ‘Super Injunction’ Censorship Rules To Include Twitter & Facebook

There’s been a lot of attention paid recently to the process of super injunctions being issued in the UK, which block newspapers from reporting on certain people or issues (quite frequently, they’re used to get stories of famous people having

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Posted in Human Rights

Twitter Clarifies Own Censorship Policy

Source: Computer World The shutting down of Twitter and the internet in Egypt has prompted the social networking site to issue a statement on the company’s own regulation of communication on the internet. In the post, Twitter co-founder, Biz Stone,

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Facebook will NOT END on March 15!

↑ Grab this Headline Animator There is a wild rumor virally spreading around the internet that Facebook will end on March 15. Well, don’t believe everything you read (haha). Facebook is NOT going to end on March 15. The $500

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Facebook Censorship = Censorbook

Facebook is one of the world’s busiest websites, second only to Google, according to Alexa. One would think that with such a diverse, broad reaching audience, Facebook would set a better example for everyone else. Apparently, freedom of expression is

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Twitter Responds to Wikileak Censorship Allegation

The suspicion surrounding Twitter‘s censoring of the “Wikileaks” topic from trending comes on the heels of PayPal‘s admission that they caved under governmental pressures and stopped handling Wikileaks’ donation payments. Amazon also stopped hosting the Wikileaks site last week, presumably

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