Stories about Citizen Media from June, 2007
All Things Pakistan with a tragic story from 1922 as a train carried prisoners to Attock Fort.
From his prison cell in Bizerte (65km north of Tunis), The Tunisian prisoner Ramzi Bettibi managed to smuggle a very alarming letter that found its way on to the Internet (available in French). Ramzi is serving a four-year sentence at Bizerte for copying, onto a forum board he moderated, an...
To date, Thailand’s ICT Minister, Dr Sitthichai Pookaiyaudom, has not kept his promise to unblock the popular video-sharing site, YouTube, which was blocked by the Thai government in April 2007 following the appearance on the site of material critical of the country's king. Sami Ben Gharbia explores Thailand's worsening censorship climate, and interviews one of the activists behind FACT, an organisation that is refusing to take the government's threats lying down.
Darkness at Noon writes about knockoff fashion in Moscow.
Bloggers in Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana react with consternation to news that four of their countrymen have been implicated in an alleged "terror plot" against JFK International Airport in New York.