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Internet Censorship: Enemies of the Internet – Infographic

Brought to you by our friends at (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

A Sincere Apology From

I let you down. After you were loyal, and you “liked” my site on facebook, twitter, etc. After you followed my blog on WordPress, and even subscribed to my posts by email. I let you down. You, my readers, fans,

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Posted in Uncategorized

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

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