Here's What Happened in Iran While the Government Strangled the Internet
When fuel prices rose and Iranians protested, the government shutdown the internet for all but a select few. Iran just came back online.
Iran Turned Off the Internet to Shut Down Protests, and No One Knows When It's Coming Back On
Meanwhile, Iran seems to be testing its own national intranet, something authoritarian regimes are increasingly interested in.
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.
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.