Sunday, March 15

Reporters Without Borders - Cybermanifestation to free journalists and denounce censorship at Internet

Click at the image to join the online protest. It's a beautiful experience they designed there to protect freedom of speech and to try to free cyber-dissidents: "At least 62 cyber-dissidents, Internet users and online journalists are currently imprisoned worldwide." . "Many different methods are used by governments to censor the Internet, including repressive legislation, monitoring Internet cafés and controlling ISPs. To denounce cyber-censorship and to demand more online freedom, Reporters Without Borders is calling on people to participate in online protests in nine countries that are internet enemies." I usually sign as much petitions I can of Reporters Without Borders. For those who are in US there's this petition asking to bring to justice for the responsibles of the murder of the Post Newspaper Chauncey Bailey.
Update March, 2010:
The links of this post does not exist anymore or leads to other pages and are not related to what is at this post.
I don't know what is happening with Reporters Without Borders and the causes that they are approaching are the same that you can see at the mainstream media.
That is a shame.

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