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· May, 2007

Stories about Media & Journalism from May, 2007

27 May 2007

Morocco: YouTube is Blocked, and the Blogoma is Not Happy

It seems that censorship is on the rise again in Morocco. After last year's blocking of Livejournal and Google Earth, the blogoma erupts as YouTube is added to the censure...

DRC: Congolese Curious About Money Ocean's 13 Stars Raised for Darfur

Venezuela: Bloggers Mobilize For and Against the End of Transmission of Radio Caracas Television.

Radio Caracas Television's (RCTV) broadcast license was not renewed by the Venezuelan government, which opened up two fronts within the Venezuelan blogosphere. Blogs were created with the sole purpose to...

Korea: Bloggers are not reporters

On the 19th of this month, one of the major internet portal sites announced the new period of blog journalism in Korea. Their section, media daum blogger news which opened...

Whatever Roh Moo-hyun says is unbearable!

25 May 2007

Hungary: Human Rights

Brazil: New Round on the National Internet Policy Debate

There are not many issues in Brazil where you are able to find unanimity. But when you talk about messing with Internet freedoms, the defenders spring up from radically different...

India: Muslims and the Media

Trinidad & Tobago: News Roundup

Guyana, Barbados: Press Freedom

Aruba: Tabloid Journalism

China: China Children's Times

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