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· September, 2005

Stories about Blogger Profiles from September, 2005

Globalization & Democracy: The Helsinki Conference 2005

The Helsinki Conference 2005: From Words to Action I recently attended the Helsinki Conference 2005 in Helsinki, Finland (Sept. 7-9). The conference was a follow-up to the Helsinki Process on...

Guide for bloggers and cyberdissidents

Reporters Without Borders will release a “Guide for bloggers and cyberdissidents” on the 22nd of September. It will be available on the RWB's website in five languages (English, French, Persian,...

Malaysia: Bloggers’ pre-emptive strike

Freedom of speech or is it blatant abuse of Internet as a channel for expression? Come over to Malaysia. Just as the Singaporean government was hauling in three bloggers within...

Singapore cracks down on bloggers

Freedom of speech or is it blatant abuse of Internet as a channel for expression? Just as Malaysian bloggers are getting jittery over seditious commentaries being posted by readers in...

Kuwait: Blog Search

Two Singapore bloggers charged for sedition for racist comments online

Two Singapore bloggers have been charged under the Sedition Act for posting racist comments online. The last time the Sedition Act was invoked in Singapore was at least 10 years...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

Afrique Magazine (in French) has a feature article by the name “Blogmania Au Maghreb” talking about blogging in the Maghreb countries (Tunisia, Algeria, Morroco, Libya & Mauritania). The article highlights...

Brazil's Famous Flickr Photographer

The content of Tatiana Cardeal‘s photography is firmly rooted in her native country of Brazil, but her intimate lens and universal themes have generated a wide following of Flickr fans...

What Chinese Bloggers Think of “Super Girls”

Super Girls, a contest for female singers, has been the major entertainment event in China this summer. It was even evaluated to high level of social and political meaning. Chinese...

Sept 2, 2005: International Blogging for Disaster Relief Day

Tomorrow, Friday September 2, is International Blogging for Disaster Relief Day. Why? Because it needs to be done. If you have a blog, here's what you can do. Sometime tomorrow,...

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