Stories from 8 June 2018
Jogging through Tiananmen Square: What happens when Facebook meets China's censorship regime?
"The floor you stepped on has been covered by blood from students who fought for democracy. But, enjoy your running in China, Mark."
Whether or not Papua New Guinea bans Facebook, critics say free speech still under threat
"If the government is serious about protecting its citizens, then creating an environment where they can safely use the internet should be the goal, not blocking parts of it altogether."
Jordanians are finding common cause in protests against the government's economic policies
“We’ve had no time to sleep except for two or three hours a day...this is the only way we can do the country no harm and still practise our rights."
Netizen Report: In another blow for free speech, Egypt’s parliament passes cybercrime law
The Advox Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world.
The death of Afonso Dhlakama: Mozambique's legendary politician and ex-guerilla leaves a legacy
Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama was "a hero for some and a villain, maybe even the devil, for others. The reasons for considering him as one or the other are fair."
A fishing village and mangrove habitat in the Philippines faces threats of reclamation
"We will not leave our homes. We will fight so long as there are people supporting us and giving us the strength to fight."