SW Daily

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    Covering Enemies of the Internet

    Burma, China, Cuba and Iran are first four countries on the list of Enemies of the Internet that Reporters Without Borders released March 12. Read Sampsonia Way’s coverage of these countries in interviews, articles and blog updates.

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    Inside Japan: Writers to follow on Twitter

    Yukiko Konosu has been updating SW on the situation in Japan through Twitter. Konosu is a literary critic and translator of more than sixty books, which include J.M.Coetzee’s Disgrace and Margaret Atwood’s The Blind Assassin. She translated Maxine Case’s Homing Pigeons to Japanese and share it with our magazine. She lives in Tokyo.

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    The Enemies of the Internet

    Reporters Without Borders released a new 100-page report on the state of online freedom of expression in the 10 countries it has identified as “Enemies of the Internet” and the 16 countries it is keeping “under surveillance” because of their questionable Internet policies.

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    100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day

    This year’s events are scheduled to take place in more than 100 countries around the world. Likewise, in commemoration of International Women’s Day, Sampsonia Way recognizes women and writers from around the world who have contributed their transformative words to our pages.

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