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8 September 2010

Stories from 8 September 2010

Russia: Bloggers Expose Pro-Kremlin Youth Movement

Trinidad & Tobago: Coup Enquiry

Bermuda: On Camera

Jamaica: Policy for Parents

Afghanistan: Inside a school for suicide bombers

China: Police's micro-blogging experience

Russia: Bloggers Clash With the Ruling Party

RuNet Echo

The Russian Internet community's response to the wildfires was accompanied with a high level of hostility and direct clashes between netizens and pro-government activists. Gregory Asmolov analyzes the conflict and...

Indonesia: Former Playboy editor found guilty of indecency

Vietnam: Reasons for marrying foreigners

Vietnam: Pre-1975 music

Indonesia: “Most Inspiring Tweeter”

Indonesia: Blogger conference to include Facebook, Twitter users

Thailand: Online branding campaign

Macedonia: Bronze Lions, Accountability & Transparency

The new statues of four bronze lions on a Skopje bridge attracted the attention of the Macedonian public by the end of August. The initial arrogant refusal of accountability by...

Blog Carnival: Venezuela, Freedom of Expression on the Internet – A Summary

After reading the participating posts for the Blog Carnival: Venezuela, Freedom of Expression on the Internet, it is clear that while within the scope of traditional media there might be...

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