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Documentation of Internet Filtering Worldwide
Research documenting some of the specific sites blocked in a variety of locations worldwide. Current research investigates sited blocked in China and Saudi Arabia, and blocked by a variety of commercial Internet filtering programs. Future research will consider blocking in other countries. [Last updated October 2003]
Fighting Internet Censorship in Australia
A member of Electronic Frontiers Australia outlines the events occurring in Australia regarding Internet censorship.
Gagging the Net in 3 Easy Steps
Article from the BBC on how easily the threat of lawsuits can stifle net free speech.
Overview of freedom of expression with particular emphasis on the right to publish online without being censored by government agencies and/or Internet service providers.
Internet Brothers: Opinions from the Cybercommunity
Do you value your online freedoms? If so, you better beware. Recent events are conspiring to take them away from you.
Internet Censorship is Absurd and Unconstitutional
An essay which explains why the Communications Decency Act (CDA) and any other form of Internet censorship is absurd and unconstitutional.
Internet Censorship Paper - The Invincible Internet
Argues against net censorship. Explains common affirmative arguments, explores negative retorts, analyzes censorship bills and court rulings, and suggests alternatives to wide-ranging censorship issues.
Internet Free Expression Alliance
Organization that advocates that the Internet remain a forum for open access and free expression.
Anti-censorware articles, essays, and investigative reports. Includes instructions and programs to disable content blocking software.
Pornography, Obscenity and the Superhighway - A Case for Censorship
New York University Professor Irving Kristol argues for a certain level of censorship.
What (chilling?) Lessons for the Internet?
Cato Org, lengthy, scholarly, review of FCC Regulation of Broadcasting
Blog Herald: Do Internet companies need to be regulated to ensure they respect free expression?
"Reporters Without Borders has repeatedly condemned the ethical lapses displayed by certain Internet sector companies when operating in repressive countries." Weblog entry discusses these lapses and how they "violate the right to freedom of expression as defined in article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights." (January 01, 2006)
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