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Jillian C. York · January, 2010

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 January, 2010

Syria: Netizens Discuss SourceForge Ban

A day after U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for a free and open Internet, Syrian users noticed they could no longer access open-source software community SourceForge. Bloggers react...

Morocco: “Smile, You're in Fez”

The View from Fez gives us a look at the new mascot of Fez in this post.

Morocco: Blogging About Blogging

Moroccans, as usual, are blogging, only this time it's about…blogging! This year, two awards are being offered in the blogosphere: the third annual Maroc Blog Awards and the brand new...

Morocco: Tips for Women Travelers

Evelyn in Morocco writes up a list of tips for foreign women traveling in the kingdom.

Morocco: A Case for the Moroccan Sahara

American blogger in Morocco Eatbees makes a case for the Sahara to remain Moroccan.

Morocco: Moroccan Blog Mashup

Bill Day points to a Yahoo Pipes mashup he created of English-language Morocco blogs.

USA: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 and became arguably the American Civil Rights Movement's most prominent advocate and speaker. In the United States, he is honored...

USA: Haitian Nationals Granted Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a special status given by the United States to foreign nationals from specific countries where there has been some sort of recent turmoil or trauma,...

Morocco: Why is Tzipi Livni Welcomed Here?

A Moroccan Voice questions why Israeli opposition leader Tzipi Livni is wanted in Britain but welcomed with open arms in Morocco.

Mauritania: Hanevy Ould Dahah Remains Imprisoned

In June of 2009, Global Voices Advocacy was the first to report that Mauritanian editor Hanevy Ould Dahah, who runs leftist site Taqadoumy, had been arrested over a comment left...

Morocco: Changes on the Horizon?

A Moroccan About the World Around Him remarks on King Mohammed VI's recent speech and the potential changes contained within.

Haiti: Tweets from the Ground

As the horror of the earthquake in Haiti reverberates around the world, a number of intrepid locals, foreign reporters, and aid workers are tweeting from on the ground. Some are...

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