November, 2007

Stories from November, 2007

China: NGO blogger's house raided, hard drive confiscated

The blogger behind one nominee in the Best of Blogs competition which concluded earlier this month had his house searched earlier today and his computer hard drive confiscated. Zhai Minglei,...

Egypt: YouTube Disables Activist's Account

A storm is brewing in the Egyptian blogosphere after video hosting site YouTube removed several videos featuring policemen torturing victims from their site. “This is by far the biggest blow...

Syria: Facebook Banned

Syria's netizens have been given another slap on the face with the banning of social networking site Facebook. With Blogger already blocked, the country's bloggers are fuming and have a...

Access Denied Map: Mapping Web 2.0 Censorship

ARCHIVED: This map was created in 2007 and hence reflects online censorship data from that period in time. Please do not refer to this as current data. We maintain this...

Tunisia: is Youtube blocked?

Update: It's been confirmed that Youtube is being blocked by all Tunisian ISPs since November 2nd, 2007. Several Tunisian bloggers are reporting today not being able to access the popular...

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