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Jillian C. York · August, 2007

I am a writer, activist, researcher, and blogger. I serve as Director of International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and write for several platforms, including Al Jazeera English and The Guardian.

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Latest posts by Jillian C. York from August, 2007

Morocco: Cheap Chinese Plastic

Everything Morocco questions why there's so many cheap plastic products “made in China” being sold in the traditional artisan souks of Fez.

Morocco: Books on Fez

The View From Fez shares a list of books pertaining to the grand city of Fez.

Morocco: The Upcoming Elections

With the Moroccan legislative elections looming on September 7, Moroccan bloggers share their concerns about the process and its progress.

Morocco: 2 Million Blogs Banned

MoTIC (fr) provides us with statistics on Livejournal, which has been blocked in Morocco for over a year, as well as other blocked sites.

Morocco: The Death of Butcher Basri

Driss Basri, one of Morocco's most powerful figures during the past 50 years, has died in Paris at age 69. Jillian York brings us the latest reactions from Moroccan bloggers...

Morocco: Cat in Rabat's Reincarnation

A favorite Moroccan blogger, Cat in Rabat announces her blogging reincarnation and move to the Spanish blogosphere, as La Gatita Gringa.

Morocco: The iPhone unlocked?

A Moro in America reports that the iPhone has been unlocked, adding: “I am sure the iPhone will be the next 3ya9a gadget in Morocco :)”

Tunisia: Inappropriate TV

Diana Magazine complains of inappropriate scenes being shown on Arab television stations like MBC and Dubai One. The blogger says, “I defend freedom of speech and media and press freedom,...

Morocco: The view from the boxes

Ghasbouba shares his take on democracy and the upcoming Moroccan elections.

Morocco: Firing the maid

Margot the Marrakesh Mystic shares her story of a not-so-good Moroccan maid.

Morocco: Peace Corps Bloggers Part 2

Due to the overwhelming response of last week's Introduction to Peace Corps Bloggers, Jillian York continues the series this week, showing you more bloggers - and more photos - from...

Morocco: An Introduction to Peace Corps Bloggers

Morocco is home to a rather diverse group of English-language bloggers, as I'm sure you have observed. While many are native Moroccans utilizing their English skills and still others are...

Morocco: Another Confounded blogger

Ghasbouba is also confounded over the recent suicide attack in Meknes.

Morocco: Bloggers React to Failed Meknes Suicide Bombing

On Monday morning, yet another attempt at suicide bombing occurred. While the attempt was, thankfully, a failure - killing none and wounding the bomber - bloggers are up in arms...

Morocco: Censorship Makes Headlines Yet Again

Another issue of press freedom has hit Morocco, and Moroccan bloggers are once again frustrated. Find out what happened this time as we take a tour through both Anglophone and...

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