Tuesday, June 16, 2009
censorship: Iran & China
An image of Mir Hossein Mousavi is seen (lower left), fixed to a desk with a smashed computer monitor in a room in a Tehran University dormitory after it was attacked by militia forces during riots in Tehran, Iran in the early hours of Monday, June 15, 2009. (AP photo)
Iran: Activists Launch Hack Attacks on Tehran Regime
Iran SMS networks "mysteriously" fail right before elections ...
Iranian election uprising: Twitter tracks it real-time, Iranian ...
Iran: death penalty for "corrupt weblogs" - Boing Boing
Iran web censorship update: admins detained - Boing Boing
Iran: magazines at newsstand censored in ink, stickers - Boing Boing
Charges of new 'Net censorship in Iran - Boing Boing
Iran: new BBC TV documentary on culture, media, tech now online ...
China Orders Patches to Planned Web Filter
Experts Say Chinese Filter Would Make PCs Vulnerable
EDITORIAL; China’s Computer Folly
China Faces Criticism Over New Software Censor
China Criticized Over Computer Filtering Plan
China Requires Software on New Computers to Block 'Unhealthy Information'
To Shut Off Tiananmen Talk, China Blocks More Web Sites