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· February, 2010

Stories about Freedom of Speech from February, 2010

China: A satirical guide for Fifty Cents Party members

Cuba: Educational Autonomy

China: Critical Masses and Shifting State-Society Relations in China

Russia: Human Rights Activists’ Blogs

Russia: Avatar & North Caucasus – Fiction vs Reality

Sri Lanka: World Bank And Web Censorship

“SOS Internet Indonesia”

The Indonesian government plans to create a team which will regulate internet content in the country. The plan is to censor pornography, gambling, racism and other immoral content in cyberspace....

China: Turning Buzz back on

China: Twitter trap?

Iran: No Triumphs for Green Protests on Anniversary of Revolution

In protests on February 11, Iran's Green Movement were not able to mobilize as strongly as they have in the past due to the swift work of security forces.

Philippines: Libel and bloggers

China: Red snippet campaign

Uzbekistan: President Karimov's thoughts about media

Recently President Karimov again mentioned about leading role of mass-media in Uzbekistan. Considering sensitivity of this issue and increasing cases of pressure on independent journalists (i.e. thos who don’t work...

Macedonia: NGO's Statement on Internet Regulations by the State

Two Vietnam websites blocked

Pakistan: Website Blocked AT IP Level

Last chance to nominate blogs for BoBs Award

Egypt: Blogger loses job for uncovering fake virginity story

Egyptian blogger and journalist Amira Al Tahawi got fired for blowing the whistle over a fabricated story on the Chinese artificial hymen kit in a post she wrote on her...

China: Twitter revolution

Iran: Protesters ask for referendum

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