One Post Against Cyber-Censorship


Do you believe in Freedom of Speech?

Do you think its normal to be profiled or tracked while being online?!

Do you think it’s your right to enjoy uncensored Internet search & blogging?

Do you believe in Freedom of Information? Right to Access Information?

Do you want to defend an Internet without restrictions and accessible to everyone at anytime and anywhere?

Support the World Day against Cyber-Censorship, 12 March…

Spread the Word!

Amnesty International & Reporters Without Borders sent an open letter to Yahoo, Google & Microsoft for one day of uncensored Internet search and blogging on March 2009.

And this year, Reporters Without Borders will award the first “Netizen Prize,” with support from Google, on 11 March 2010, on the eve of World Day Against Cyber Censorship. The prize will be given to an Internet user, blogger or cyber-dissident who has made a notable contribution to the defense of online freedom of expression.


  • සංජීව සේනාරත්න

    I support to that

  • සංජීව සේනාරත්න

    I support to that campaign

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