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Brave new words
22 Mar 2010
BY EMILY BUTSELAAR

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SECRET HISTORIES
Maureen Freely: Turkey is being forced to confront its past

TELEVISION PREMIER
Documentary maker Erik Gandini tells Giulio D’Eramo why appearance matters more than truth in Italy

BRAVE NEW WORDS

The good, the bad and the ugly: what technology did for freedom of expression

GOOGLE RULES
Rebecca MacKinnon talks to David Drummond about privacy, censorship and China

CYBERSPACE
Citizens, states and corporations are battling for online space. What happened to the dream of global communication? Ron Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski report

LORDS OF MISRULE
Xiao Shu: China’s internet reflects the political system – repressive and chaotic. Big brother is everywhere. Preview here

THE ART OF CENSORSHIP
Wen Yunchao: How China wields control online

NO HIDING PLACE
Gus Hosein: Privacy is a political right

KREMLIN.COM
Andrei Soldatov: The internet is democracy’s front line

GATE TO FREEDOM
Mohamed Khaled: Egyptian bloggers have transformed the landscape

BEWARE SELF-REGULATION
Ian Brown: Short-sighted government and industry action is threatening online freedom

OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND
Joe McNamee: Blocking child abuse websites won’t solve the problem. Preview here

RED LINES
Manlio Cammarata: Online censorship in Italy reflects a dismal record

COPYRIGHT REVOLT
David Allen Green: The internet has subverted the laws of intellectual property

TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Roger Dingledine:The options for beating online censorship

POWER TO THE PEOPLE
Saeed Valadbaygi: Iran will not succeed in crushing popular dissent

RINGING IN CHANGE
Jillo Kadida: The Kenyan government has mobile phones in its sights

MARTIN ROWSON’S STRIPSEARCH

AGAINST TYRANNY

FREEDOM IS NOT A LUXURY
Michael Scammell: The founding of Index on Censorship

BEHUD: A WRITER REPLIES
Lisa Goldman: Offence, censorship and the theatre

BEHUD
An extract from Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play

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