September, 2007

Stories from September, 2007

Mumbai police to monitor cyber-cafes

In its war against terrorism, Mumbai's police is planning to install keystroke loggers in Mumbai's cyber cafes. According to Vijay Mukhi, President of the Foundation for Information Security and Technology:...

Thailand: the first victim of the Computer Crime Act

It seems that the Thai authorities have used the recently passed Computer Crime Act (you can download the document below) to arrest two Thais for alleged offensive comments posted on...

Dailymotion in Tunisia blocked-unblocked-blocked again

The fake “404” error message received today when trying to access Dailymotion. Dailymotion, France's YouTube-like video sharing site has been blocked, again, in Tunisia. Still unclear if the government-controlled body,...

Egyptian blogger Monem threatened again

Silencing Monem? (Free Monem Campaign, By Malek) Egyptian blogger and journalist Abdel Monem Mahmoud, who has been released in June 2007 after 46 days imprisonment in Southern Cairo Torah prison,...

ThinkProgress blog banned from the U.S. military network in Baghdad

Error message received by US soldier when trying to access ThinkProgress blog from U.S. military network in Baghdad (Photo credit: the American Progress Action Fund) The liberal ThinkProgress blog has...

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