• Report  Without Borders
    The 10 Most Dangerous Places for Journalists

    Reporters Without Borders has this year, for the first time, compiled a list of the world’s 10 most dangerous places for the media – the 10 cities, districts, squares, provinces, or regions where journalists and netizens were particularly exposed to violence and where freedom of information was flouted.

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  • Isa Saharkhiz
    Cybercensorship Wars

    From Wikileaks to Blue Coat, we take a look at the fighters and facilitators of electronic surveillance technology and the repressive regimes that make use of the technology to monitor and censor citizens.

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  • The Satanic Verses
    India: How to Silence a Nation

    In this essay, journalist and author Salil Tripathi, explains how outdated Colonial-era legislation is being used to curtail free expression, exemplified by the legal proceeding filed against four authors who read aloud from Salman Rushdie’s novel The Satanic Verses.

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