Stories about Censorship from May, 2019
The law gives broad, unchecked powers to government ministers to determine what online information is "false" and should thus be censored or corrected.
Social media is faltering in Venezuela, throttled in Kazakhstan and back in action in Sri Lanka.
Amade Abubacar and Germano Adriano were in detention since January, but were only formally charged on 16 April. Now they must await trial on probation.
The unique public value of accounts like these -- even if they are spewing hateful or partisan vitriol -- is worth considering.
Food, water and electricity are increasingly scarce, as is access to communication networks.
‘Envision a new war': the Syrian Archive, corporate censorship and the struggle to preserve public history online
Social media companies are censoring images of war. The Syrian Archive is working to preserve them.