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Internet Censorship: Iran Criminalizes Antifiltering Methods

Are Millions Of Iranians Criminals? Yes, according to an announcement by Iranian Telecommunications Minister Reza Taghipour, who says the use of antifiltering tools and virtual private networks (VPN) is a crime. Many Iranians use such tools and proxies on a

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Posted in Human Rights, Internet Censorship

Fragmenting the Internet Is Not a Security Solution

In light of the recent spate of high-profile hacking campaigns, and the overall poor state of security on the internet, NextGov.com reports that parts of the US government are advocating for a separate, “secure” internet. The idea calls for segmenting

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Posted in Human Rights

China: Facebook’s Undiscovered Country

Source: Fortune – By JP Mangalindan If Mark Zuckerberg wants in on the biggest boom country in Asia, the social networking champ will have to make some tough choices about what kind of company he wants Facebook to be. “Like”

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