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Iraq blocks access to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in an attempt to halt militants
China blocks almost all Google services in anticipation of Tiananmen Square anniversary
Proposed mandatory age checks for porn sites for UK visitors
Microsoft denies censoring Chinese-language Bing searches in U.S.
The Pirate Bay developing tool to free users from censorship
NSA can monitor 75% of internet traffic
The Pirate Bay launches ‘PirateBrowser', designed to avoid online censorship
Wikipedia Founder derides UK porn filters, says they "won't work"
FBI: Monitoring Skype and Gmail are "top priority" in 2013
Apple filtering certain words from iCloud emails
Google: Government surveillance inquiries 'spiking'
Editorial: Let's bring the UN's internet regulation talks into the open
Egypt's state prosecutor orders ban on Internet pornography
Iran removes block on Gmail again after a week
Iranian Parliament up in arms over Gmail ban
Is Iran finally about to block outside Internet access?
Google blacklists The Pirate Bay's domains
South Korea censors internet, hides opposition to government
Censoring the Pirate Bay is pointless, people bypass it easily
Wikipedia goes down in Russia in protest at new law
Opera's Turbo feature circumvents site bans
WikiLeaks begins to leak Syrian emails
YouTube's existence threatened in Japan
Google: Increase in government censorship requests is "troubling"
New HTTP status code to reveal web censorship
Hundreds of potential new IP addresses for The Pirate Bay
New Zealand provider shut down anti-censorship service
Dutch court orders more ISP's to block The Pirate Bay
India blocks The Pirate Bay and Vimeo
Microsoft no longer involved in India censorship trial
One studio accounts for 1/3 of Twitter DMCA takedowns
Twitter can now block messages from specific countries
Editorial: Anti-SOPA, anti-piracy
ISPs in The Netherlands warned to block The Pirate Bay [Update]
US threatened Spain over web censorship laws
Hackers blast off into space
GoDaddy faces challenger in the form of ByeDaddy
Indian government wants to screen Microsoft, Google, and other services
Syria bans the iPhone to silence protestors
UK plans to ban criminals from the web
Uncensored web is a fundamental right, EU says
Microsoft and Apple support censorship bill
Facebook: David Cameron will never shut it down
Chinese government orders removal of certain music tracks
Baidu experiences growth in third quarter
Australian Christian Lobby demands banning of violent videogames
Google releases statistics of government requests
Chinese military warns of American cyber-warfare threat
Iran to create its own Internet
Japan chooses to censor information about the Fukushima incident
Google starts to censor torrent-related search queries
Apple's App Store to remain nudity free
Porn to be opt-in in the UK
NIC.ly down as Libya's response to vb.ly takedown spreads
China outlines plans to use Internet for global propaganda
Google is staying in China, for now
Google announces changes to operations in China
SuicideGirls, iPhone 4 and Censorship
Pakistan blocking YouTube and Facebook
China blocks Dropbox cloud storage service
Using child pornography to curb piracy
Afghanistan to start censoring the internet
Google reveals government requests for data and censorship
Google's Sergey Brin disappointed with Microsoft's China stance
Google stops censoring results in China?
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