Stories about Censorship from January, 2018
After months of censorship, a student's viral account of sexual misconduct by a renowned university professor has forced the discussion into the open.
Once asked why the government was raising a tax on mobile phone companies, the tax chief responded: "Now even barefooted ones have a mobile phone."
"We stand against moves to silence and scare journalists, bloggers and media practitioners just because the President and his ardent supporters dislike their news and views."
Reuters Journalists Covering Rohingya Conflict in Myanmar Detained for ‘Illegally Acquiring Information’
"If Myanmar is serious about democratic reforms, it must accept the right of journalists to work freely and report on topics that make those in power uncomfortable."
Netizen Report: Fearful of ‘Fake News’, Lawmakers in France and Brazil Want to Limit Free Speech Before Elections
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Despite Threats of Censorship, Documentary Filmmakers Show Human Rights Violations in Western Sahara
The film gives audiences a close look at Western Sahara under Moroccan occupation.
Under Pressure From Cyberspace Administration, China's Top News App Will Hire 2,000 More Content Reviewers
Last week, the country’s top internet regulator accused the news app of spreading pornographic content.
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“We have been ordered to interrupt international traffic,” a source at an Iranian internet exchange point said.
Authorities in Yemen have a long history of imposing restrictions on freedom of expression and the right to access information.
Legal reforms restricting online speech seem to threaten everyone but the ruling elite of Azerbaijan.