Today (March 12), this blog is observing International Online Free Expression Day which was established by Reporters Without Borders to confront obstacles to the free flow of information online.
FACT: 63 cyber-dissidents are currently in jail worldwide for using their right to free expression on the Internet, including 49 in China, 7 in Vietnam and 2 in Syria. More than 2,600 websites, blogs or discussions forums were closed or made inaccessible in 2007.
Learn more and check out the Reporters Without Borders useful HANDBOOK FOR BLOGGERS & CYBER-DISSIDENTS, which covers useful topics, including:
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