It's a very Silicon Valley technology-can-save-the-word approach to outsmarting authoritarian regimes.
Articles tagged "censorship"
How can retailers avoid harboring a hotbed of hardcore porn without resorting to overly sweeping censorship?
The latest blow to internet freedom could be part of a larger unhappy trend.
The question is, will President Hassan Rouhani keep his word and open up Iran's internet?
First, try to break up the protests. Then break out the tear gas. Then shut the Internet off. Add Sudan to the list.
Members of Parliament attempted to visit raunchy sites more than 300,000 times in the last year.
The new HTTP status code is named after Fahrenheit 451, naturally.
The WiFi filter deemed Hamlet too violent for public consumption, but c'mon, there's way more violent literature than that.
For researchers who say that their work is harmless, the injunction surely came as a shock.
On May the 16th, another blogger, Dinh Nguyen Kha, was sentenced to ten years in jail for "distributing anti-State propaganda" and "deliberately causing injuries."
Zhu Ling's story begins with her poisoning in 1995, and ends with the Boston bombing, high-ranking government officials, and calls for someone's head.
Sure, it's possible that a technical glitch contributed to some downtime…
The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
This is hardly a surprise.
That riot-starting little piece of content from last year is giving Google all kinds of grief.
The Athens branch of Indymedia, an independent open network of journalists who report on political and social issues, was shut down last Thursday.
The only thing worse than making Wikipedia angry is making Reddit angry.
The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
The Syrian Revolution Will Still Be Tweeted: An Activist Talks About Coping With Assad's Web Blackout
The regime can't stop the rebel onslaught -- or satellite Internet.
Google's latest Transparency Report is out, and guess what. It's troubling! Google senior policy analyst Dorothy Chou breaks the bad news rather concisely in an official Google blog post: "Government surveillance is on the rise."
Blocking a single website across the entire mainland of China is not as simple as flipping a switch.
Some insight into the methodology of Beijing’s bustling online whac-a-mole.