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26 February 2014

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Netizen Report: Turks Protest, “Unfollow” President Over Censorship Law

This week's report looks at mass protests in both Turkey and Venezuela, Facebook fallout over WhatsApp, and a must-see hand-illustrated video on digital surveillance.

19 February 2014

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Netizen Report: Censorship Continues as Protests Turn Violent in Venezuela

This week, we look at the effects of protests on the Internet in Venezuela, the Philippines newly-minted online libel rule, and more spyware discoveries from The Citizen Lab.

13 February 2014

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Netizen Report: #TheDayWeFightBack Edition

This week, we round up events around the globe that marked #TheDayWeFightBack anti-surveillance campaign and look at mounting pressure on indy media in Turkey and Venezuela.

5 February 2014

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Netizen Report: Egypt and Saudi Suppress Speech With Terror Laws

We dedicate this week's edition to journalists and bloggers currently under threat in Egypt. We also look at ongoing surveillance tech developments in Sochi and the latest Snowden releases.

29 January 2014

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Netizen Report: Terror Group Forces Internet Shutdowns in Somalia

In this edition we cover Al Shabab's attack on the Somali Internet, citizen surveillance schemes in Ukraine and India, and the UK's wayward new porn filters.

22 January 2014

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Netizen Report: Winter Olympics Bring Chilling Effects to the RuNet

This week's Netizen Report begins with look at US government surveillance during the civil rights movement, and then move to new online censorship threats in Russia and Ukraine in the face of increasingly powerful public demonstrations.

15 January 2014

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Netizen Report: Turkey to Tighten Grip on Digital Speech

Is freedom of the press "limited to those who own one”? We hope not! This week, we look at India's increasingly politicized media environment, Turkey's new online censorship bill, and more.