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Asteris Masouras

I'm a freelance photojournalist, social media consultant, digital rights activist & open source software engineer from Thessaloniki, Greece. I've been blogging and doing freelance journalism since 2004 about human / digital rights, citizen journalism & social media, environmental, local & open source issues in Greek & English. I'm a co-founder of digitalrights.gr & the co-host of a monthly internet radio show about open source & digital rights news on radiobubble.gr. My photography work can be found on Flickr. Also on Twitter, LinkedIn, NowPublic

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Latest posts by Asteris Masouras

Video: Anti-fascist Solidarity from Turkey to Greece

#Justice4Trayvon Rallies Across America

VIDEO: Police Brutality Under the Acropolis

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Chronicles of the Unemployed in Greece

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Video: Crisis Engenders Greek Documentary Boom

The 15th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival includes five crisis-themed Greek films in its lineup. As the Festival, and Greece at large, continues to labor under the mounting debt and austerity crisis,...

#Followme: Greek Documentary Explores Twitter

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Crowdmapping Media Layoffs in Greece

Greece: “Gods Just Got Bored Playing Dice”

Anti-mining Protesters Converge in Greece's Second Largest City

Greek Director Theo Angelopoulos Remembered at Thessaloniki International Film Festival

Greek Journalist Arrested for Publishing List of Alleged Tax Evaders

Greece: Petition to Remove Golden Dawn MP from Non-Discrimination Committee

Greece: Theater Critic Assaulted by Neo-Nazi and Religious Protesters

Religious groups and neo-nazis protested against gay-themed play Corpus Christi in Athens on 11 October, 2012. Deeming it blasphemous, they assaulted a theater critic and forced the cancellation of the...

Greece: Debunking a ‘Coup That Never Happened’

Greece: Photo ‘Road Trip’ Around Europe Debt Crisis

Greece: Immigrant Knifed on Election Night

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