• Iraneda
    IraNeda: Uncut Coverage from Iran

    Sponsored by Reporters without Borders, IraNeda is a participative, independent satellite TV station launched by fifteen leading members of the Iranian diaspora, including several journalists, to combat news censorship in Iran.

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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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    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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  • Manipulating the Memory of the Rwandan Genocide
    Manipulating the Memory of the Rwandan Genocide

    The Rwandan government has made remarkable strides in infrastructure, the economy, healthcare, and gender equity in political representation, but their continued attack on independent thought and criticism is disheartening – and dangerous. As the August presidential election looms, it is important not only to hail Rwanda’s success but also to ask hard questions about government abuse of authority.

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