13 nations criticized for web censorship

A list of 13 “enemies of the internet” has been released by human rights group Reporters Without Borders…The list consists of countries that RSF believes are suppressing freedom of expression on the internet. The civil liberties pressure group has organised a 24-hour protest, inviting web users to vote for the worst offending countries.

More on the list from the BBC and from the AP (via the Mercury News).  Previously from WNM:  Amnesty seeks to end Internet repression and Governing the Internet: An Internet Bill of Rights, the language of the ‘Net and more


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  1. Pingback: Defining “Internet Rights” « What’s New Media?

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