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Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales

Aug 13, 2013

Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has spoken out about how he insists that Wikipedia will not buckle down to Chinese censorship, unlike Google, Yahoo, and Windows Live #China #Yahoo! #Google #Wikipedia #Freedom of Speech #Windows Live #InsecureNet #Jimmy Wales #Online censorship #Freedom of information #Chinese censorship
From Assange to Kejriwal: Understanding media hostility

Dec 10, 2012

From Assange to Kejriwal: Understanding media hostility

Both Kejriwal and Assange once had a symbiotic relationship with the media, but that has become borderline hostile today. #Media #MediaCrit #Julian Assange #Arvind Kejriwal #Freedom of information
Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

Mar 13, 2012

Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

In its annual report on internet censorship, media watchdog Reporters without Borders have placed India "under surveillance" in part because of Kapil Sibal's pressure on social media companies to monitor content. #NewsTracker #Kapil Sibal #Internet censorship #Reporters Without Borders #Freedom of information

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Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

Jul 01, 2014

EFF sues the NSA to disclose use of software security flaws

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a prominent digital privacy rights group, has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. National Security Agency to get it to specify the extent to which it might exploit software security flaws. The EFF said Tuesday it had... #Electronic Frontier Foundation #National Security Agency
Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

Jun 28, 2014

Senate bill seeks to increase access to government records

Hoping to make some of the most significant reforms to the Freedom of Information Act in decades, the Senate has introduced bipartisan legislation — similar to one already passed in the House — to improve public access to government records... #Electronic Frontier Foundation #National Security Agency
Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

Jun 28, 2014

Senate bill seeks to increase access to government records

Hoping to make some of the most significant reforms to the Freedom of Information Act in decades, the Senate has introduced bipartisan legislation — similar to one already passed in the House — to improve public access to government records... #Electronic Frontier Foundation #National Security Agency