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Burma’s Firewall Fighters

Another good report on Burma’s failed efforts to stop information getting out, from the Commitee to Protect Journalists: Those fears are driving Burma’s undercover reporters to become more innovative. DVB’s Moe Aye said his in-country reporters now check in with editors by pay phone at predetermined times to mitigate the risk of communicating on lines… Read More »

The Power of Bus Uncle

Not a new story this, and you’ve probably heard it, but another case that highlights the dangers of blowing your stack in public the distributing power of the Internet, especially sites like YouTube the global creativity of folk that folk in Hong Kong are, er, sometimes more tense than people elsewhere. The story is best… Read More »