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Iran Gershad app This new app crowdsources the locations of Iran's 'morality police'
Crowdsourced app Gershad maps the location of the dress code-enforcing patrols.
Iran.png (1024×512) As elections approach, Iran cracks down on Internet activism with 'advanced' censorship tactics
Many popular censorship circumvention tools have seen a large drop in their connections from Iran.
computer with an american flag on its screen U.S. agency behind pro-democracy propaganda to launch Internet Freedom Office
The agency that funds encrypted-messaging apps and Tor is doubling down on those efforts.
a person writing bad comments on a website Top European court rules that websites aren't liable for mean comments
You can't force a European website to delete a comment just because it hurts your feelings.
paint We talked to the man who forced the U.K. film board to watch 10 hours of paint drying
To protest film censorship, a British filmmaker made the censors watch paint dry for ten hours.
Ripped-up picture in garbage can Turkish official convinces court to censor every online photo of him kicking a protester
This is one way to try to salvage your reputation.