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China: Sex, Censorship and the Rise of ‘People’s Porn’

Written by Ronald Much of the discussion surrounding Chinese Internet culture has centered on the rise of online human rights activism, but the emergence of an online erotic culture that openly describes individuals’ personal sexual activities has also been evident in recent years.

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Posted in Human Rights, Internet Censorship

Art Show Gains Attention From Facebook Censorship

Source: AllFacebook – By Gregory Pleshaw For hot New York art curator Savannah Spirit, it was just a matter of course that she’d share images from her latest show, Hotter Than July: A Sexploration, with her 2,000-plus friends on the

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Blackberry Censorship? Where Will This All Stop?

Source: CNET Asia – By Vishnu Mahmud, Indonesia It’s been an interesting few weeks.  Indonesian Communications Minister Tifatul Sembiring a few weeks ago demanded Research in Motion (RIM) to block pornography on its Blackberry smartphones. Or its web service will

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Posted in Human Rights

‘Educational System Prone to Manipulation’ – Front Against Censorship

Source: The Malta Independent Online – By Annaliza Borg The decision to ban Mario Azzopardi’s books Alicia titkellem mill-Imwiet and Vampir from secondary school libraries was taken on ideological grounds and suggested the educational system is prone to manipulation through

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Sex Education Please, Not Censorship

Source: The Jakarta Post – By Rinaldi Ridwan Communications and Information Technology Minister Tifatul Sembiring’s plan to ban BlackBerry service in Indonesia unless it filters pornographic content is a threat to our democratic way of life. We should be proud

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Government Urges ISPs to Censor Sex Websites

Source: ComputerWeekly.com By Kathleen Hall Internet service providers are being urged by the government to provide access to pornographic websites on an “opt-in” basis. The move is designed to protect children from accessing pornography. “This is a very serious matter.

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