26 June 2008

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Stories from 26 June 2008

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Advox workshops: Robert Guerra on the user perspective

The user perspective. What do people really use, challenges they have, and recommendations for the future. | View | Upload your own

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Advox workshops: Rob Faris on Internet filtering

The future of Internet filtering and the role for activists in documenting filtering. The changing political, legal, social and technical aspects of Internet filtering and discuss a new distributed tool that we are developing to aggregate information on global filtering. | View | Upload your own

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Advox workshops: Nart Villeneuve on Detecting internet filtering

Detecting internet filtering Some techniques that people can use to increase the accuracy of censorship reports. | View | Upload your own

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Advox workshops: Roger Dingledine on Tor and blocking resistance

A brief overview of Tor and its blocking-resistance design What assumptions we make about government firewalls, how our circumvention approach actually works, and how it's going so far. And if possible, addressing how to better leverage the small number of people who choose to use it as influencers of opinion and disseminators of...

Live: GV Advocacy Meeting (June 26)

A group of the leading online free speech activists from around the world have been invited to a closed meeting in advance of the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit by Global Voices Advocacy. The topic of discussion is how to work together towards a global anti-censorship movement. Renata Avila from...

Photos: GV Advocacy Meeting in Budapest (June 26)

A large number of activists have gathered in Budapest to discuss about threats to online free speech and finding out ways towards a global anti-censorship movement. The morning session has started and in the opening remarks the co-founder of Global Voices Online Ethan Zuckerman thanked everybody who came to the...