Stories about Feature from July, 2014
The charges against the bloggers give a sense of what the Ethiopian government is fighting: dissent, not terror.
Some are speculating that the site was pressured to shut down as part of a wider crackdown by Beijing on Hong Kong's media.
A new order from the Thai military government bans "criticism of operations of the [Junta], its officials, or any related individual," among other things.
Israeli social media strategist Niv Calderon is waging a war of words on Palestine. “There is a media war, and each citizen, each computer user, is a soldier,” he says.
The nine bloggers and journalists, four of them Global Voices members, have rejected the charges and are preparing a defense for their August 8 trial.
Findings from the Citizen Lab’s network measurement tests show that blocking in the days following Thailand's coup was “highly dynamic.”
Learn about Gulf Center for Human Rights efforts to raise awareness about online activists facing harassment and legal challenges in Saudi Arabia.
Abu Al-Khair was charged with “insulting general order” and “inflaming public opinion”.
To help people keep track of what’s what in Russian cyberspace, we've compiled a list of the most important laws to hit the RuNet in the past two years.
Protesters staged a sit-in in the city's business district following a rally of half a million people demanding democratic elections free of China's influence.