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'Say no to Internet censorship' petition nears 100K signatures - CNET

'Say no to Internet censorship' petition nears 100K signatures - CNET | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal 'Say no to Internet censorship' petition nears 100K signatures CNET The "Say no to Internet censorship" petition has tallied nearly 100,000 signatures in the past week -- showing that opposition to possible government proposals...
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OpenNet Initiative - Global Internet Censorship - check out your Country

OpenNet Initiative - Global Internet Censorship - check out your Country | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it

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Chinese censorship's dangerous subtlety

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Monica Tan: As China's citizens use the web to protest and share information, the authorities' assault on internet "rumours" is only the most visible part of the clampdown (RT @iChinadian: Chinese censorship's dangerous subtlety | Monica Tan
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The Shanghai Free Trade Zone is Not Enough to End China's Internet Censorship - PolicyMic

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PolicyMic The Shanghai Free Trade Zone is Not Enough to End China's Internet Censorship PolicyMic The Shanghai Free Trade Zone increases the likelihood of economic progress, but the presence of internet censorship causes unease for foreigners...
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Hassan Rouhani suggests online freedom for Iran in Jack Dorsey ...

Hassan Rouhani suggests online freedom for Iran in Jack Dorsey ... | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it
President reveals a new, progressive attitude to internet censorship in reply to tweet from Twitter boss Jack Dorsey.
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Google announces uProxy: internet censorship avoidance in a browser extension

Google announces uProxy: internet censorship avoidance in a browser extension | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it
At its Ideas Summit in New York, Google revealed Uproxy: a service that aims to change the way people around the globe use the internet. A browser

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Google's uProxy could help fight Internet censorship - Gizmag

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Daily Beast Google's uProxy could help fight Internet censorship Gizmag At its Ideas Summit in New York, Google has announced that it is working on developing a browser extension that will act as an easy-to-use way to bypass country-specific...
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Ethiopia among the world's worst internet censorship offenders - Freedom House - Nazret.com (blog)

Ethiopia among the world's worst internet censorship offenders - Freedom House - Nazret.com (blog) | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it
Nazret.com (blog) Ethiopia among the world's worst internet censorship offenders - Freedom House Nazret.com (blog) According to Freedom House's Freedom on the Net 2013 report, Ethiopia is one of the worst offenders of internet censorship in the...
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China's government won't be loosening internet censorship after all ...

China's government won't be loosening internet censorship after all ... | Internet Censorship in Repressive Regimes | Scoop.it
Rumors of relaxed internet censorship in China appear to be unfounded. Earlier this week, the South China Morning Post reported that the "Great Firewall," which blocks access to popular web...
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