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· November, 2010

Stories about Freedom of Speech from November, 2010

18 November 2010

Pamela Fever Grips India

Hollywood actress and model Pamela Anderson is creating ripples in India as she arrived in Mumbai a few days ago to take part in a TV reality show. Netizens reflect...

Russia: Oleg Kashin is Back Online

Azerbaijan: Video blogger Adnan Hajizade released

In a surprise decision, an Appeal Court in Azerbaijan today ordered the conditional release of video blogging youth activist Adnan Hajizade. The news, as well as reaction, quickly spread on...

Azerbaijan: Video blogging youth activist released

Ukraine: Press Freedom and Civil Society

Egypt: Kareem Amer is Free!

After spending a total of 1,470 days in prison, Egyptian blogger Kareem Amer has finally been released. That period is 10 more days than the four year sentence he was...

17 November 2010

Russia: Siberian Light's Weekly Blog Roundup

Russia: A Selection of Kashin's Blog Posts Translated

Tunisia: Launch a Blog Campaign Kicks Off

After a seven-month lull in blogging activities, thanks to a crackdown by authorities which resulted in the blockage of more than 100 blogs, Tunisian bloggers are joining forces to encourage...

Russia-France: Antifascists Rally for Khimki Forest in Louvre

15 November 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Illegal Spying

Ecuador: The Government and Social Networking

Use of the Internet and social networks by the government of Ecuador is rapidly increasing. Is this an attempt to increase government transparency, a new media strategy or alternatively, is...

Brazil: more criticism of media regulation

13 November 2010

Nigeria: Remembering an Activist, Fifteen Years After his Execution

In 1995 Ken Saro-Wiwa, a prominent activist and outspoken critic of the oil industry in Nigeria, was executed along with eight of his associates. Saro-Wiwa was a hero for many...

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