"Write your posts, but if they end up in the media, then someone has to bear responsibility," one lawmaker said.
On Mar 31, 2014 by Kevin Collier
Russia takes aim at new-media journalists.
On Nov 11, 2013 by Joe Kloc
The Russian government is seeking to replace Google with a search engine of its own devising.
On Oct 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Ngo Hao, a 65-year-old veteran, was found guilty of calling for peaceful overthrow of the government on his blog.
On Sep 13, 2013 by Kevin Collier
The crackdown began Sunday and the “targets include the site of the main opposition party, Convergence For Social Democracy."
On May 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting recently launched “Mehr,” a kind of YouTube approved for virtuous Iranian use.
On Dec 10, 2012 by Curt Hopkins
Sattar Beheshti was arrested last week at his home in Robat-Karim and took him into custody on charges of “actions on social networks and Facebook.”
On Nov 8, 2012 by Fidel Martinez
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has called for “serious punishment” for the owners of three blogs accused of "publishing distorted and fabricated articles.”
On Sep 17, 2012 by Kevin Morris
The United States takes second, and Yemen languishes in 61st.
On Sep 6, 2012 by Kevin Collier
The Asian country is working on its first cyberlaw to crack down on those who spread “false information” online.
On May 24, 2012 by Kevin Collier
The proposed measure would require bloggers to submit their real names and contact information with each post.
On Apr 17, 2012 by Kevin Collier
The “three strikes and you’re out” has cut back on piracy but hasn't helped the industries it aims to protect.
On Apr 2, 2012 by Kevin Collier