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· October, 2009

Stories about Freedom of Speech from October, 2009

Martinique: Free your mind, free your hair

Russia: “Twitter Against Tyrants”

The Balkans: Open Letter to Amnesty International

Slovakia, Hungary: “Linguistic Discontents”

Russia: Khodorkovsky's Case, 6 Years On

Hungary: 1956

Hungary: Update on ‘Nap-Kelte’ Talk Show

Cuba: Contemplating Change

Azerbaijan: Blogger trial dilemma

Azerbaijan: Video blogger trial postponed… again (updated)

In what many consider to be a politically motivated trial to stifle dissent in Azerbaijan, video blogging youth activists Adnan Hajizade and Emin Milli once again appeared in court in...

Germany and China: Berlin Twitter Wall

Cuba: Feeling the Disconnect

Malaysia: Should food bloggers reveal sponsors?

Singapore plans to require bloggers to reveal sponsors

Singapore is thinking of drafting a new guideline that would require bloggers to reveal if they receive gifts or money for their articles. Bloggers react to this proposal

Syria: 80 Year-Old Human Rights Activist Arrested

Brazil: Between democracy and doubt

The country awaits its first National Conference of Communication that will signal a very first step in democratising Brazil’s communications system.

Russia: Soviet Legacy and Street Names

A few weeks ago, it seemed as if every single Russian blogger took the time to write something about the re-naming of Anti-Soviet Shish Kebab Restaurant in Moscow, a dissident...

China: Fanfou is coming back?

China: Best and worse countries for journalists

Cambodia: Award honors sex slavery survivor

Sina Vann from Cambodia is an activist with the Somaly Mam Foundation helping fellow survivors of slavery as well as those still working in brothels. For her work, she was...

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