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· April, 2006

Stories about Freedom of Speech from April, 2006

Belarus: Alternative Student Resource

Zambia: Freedom to be heard

Bloglogue: US Dollars & Democracy in Iran!

Bloglogue’s first issue was about Iran in Media and several bloggers & non bloggers from different countries took part in discussion. Second issue is about a very hot issue: US...

Iran: Cartooning the nucelar crisis

A Burmese Joke

Media from the Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace Conference

Haiti: Sixth Anniversary of Jean Dominique's Assassination

Belarus: “Public Repentance”

Belarus: Conference on Mass Media

China: Missing persons unbloggable

China: Taiwanese foods unmentionable

Nepal Revolution: Showdown

The king is nowhere close to seeing the light.

China: Hu Jintao heckled

China: Hu's heckling approved?

Political discussions on blogs in Singapore

China: Google's compromises

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

As a postscript to the 1970 Gil Scot Heron poem ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised‘, There will be no highlights on the eleven o'clock news… The Revolution Will Not...

What is self-censorship?

Many people think that in China the state media is censoring content online and offline vigorously under government order. However it's not always true since many of the censorship works...

Belarus: No BBC in Belarusian

Unbuilding bridges

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