Shaun Randol: Censor See, Censor Do

…door for further online limitations. In other countries, anti-pornography website laws are already on the books. In the United Kingdom, for instance, a complete ban on all “violent” porn will…

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Dancing Under Fire

…whom he has been in contact over Facebook and Skype for the past six months. By Jonathan Hollander I was someone, but after I began dancing, I became someone else….

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China’s (Almost) Jasmine Revolution

…and several online users were detained on charges of subverting state authority, according to news reports. In the following months, the Chinese police maintained a strong street presence. Western journalists…

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Cat and Mouse in Cyberspace

…Tunisia, Dec 2010. Like many of its neighboring countries, the Tunisian government has always tried to control the Internet and online activities. Many bloggers and online reporters were attacked in…

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Burma’s Stealth Media

…has a history of operating a TV broadcasting and online video service.  Mizimma also offers online videos on a dedicated website. But the government is able to slow down data and…

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Talking Policy Archive

Talking Policy is World Policy Journal’s series of weekly online interviews with intellectuals, government officials, and other prominent figures on the global policy stage. Read our past interviews below: Sandra Tabares-Duque on Forced…

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RusNet on the Offensive

…to provide examples of articles containing such calls to action, the response was simple—the entire content of the sites was problematic. With the most prominent independent online media effectively blocked…

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