After Google and Amazon Drop Anti-Censorship Support, Wickr Steps In
On Thursday, Wickr announced that paying, and soon free, users will be able to route their Wickr traffic through a network used to circumvent internet censorship, which could be useful for users in Iran, Russia, or perhaps China.
Iran Is Blocking the Internet to Shut Down Protests
Reports say mobile services like Telegram have been shut down as protests continue across the country.
Tech Companies' Transparency Efforts May Be Inadvertently Causing More Censorship
When should American companies comply with government censorship requests?
Pirate Bay Founder Is Offering Anonymous Hosting to Fight Government Censorship
Peter Sunde is giving Catalan independence activists free, anonymous hosting and domain names to avoid Spanish government censorship.
Turkey Doubles Down on Censorship With Block on VPNs, Tor
The Turkish government takes its fight against the free flow of information online one step further.
Twitter Refuses to Block Account of Noted Turkish Journalist
Another day, another online censorship request from Turkey.
Dark Cloud: Why CloudFlare's Deal with Baidu Could Haunt US Tech Companies
The dark side of a tech partnership between an American and Chinese company.
Russia's Censorship Spree Is Now Targeting Porn
Busy time for Russian censors.
A Page on Hashish Prompts Russia to Block, Then Unblock Wikipedia
Russia continues its weird online war on drugs.
Russia Moves to Block Reddit, Because Weed
The russian internet regulator wants to ban Reddit because of a thread on growing marijuana.
Alphabet (Formerly Known as Google) Is Already Blocked in China
Chinese censors didn’t waste any time blocking access to the site of Google’s new parent company.
Iran’s 'Smart' Instagram Censorship Isn’t That Smart
Iran’s censorship of Instagram focused on fashion, nudity, and Justin Bieber.