Category : finland
Telco caught colluding with dictators
Nordic Telecom giant TeliaSonera forced to act after evidence that its data has been abused to target, harass and jail activists in Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Belarus
Anti-censorship site shut down
Finnish blogger Matti Nikki is facing an investigation into whether he aided the distribution of child pornography. The anti-censorship campaigner’s website, on which he published a list of over 1,500 websites that have been blocked by the Finnish authorities, has itself been closed down. Authorities in Finland have had the right to block foreign sites […]
Music is dangerous
In this issue, Index examines the global censorship of music and its history from the time of Confucius to the present day.
In this issue, Index examines if 'forgotten Palestinians' been successfully integrated into the Israeli state with Samih al-Qasim and Emile Habibi
In this issue, Manlio Argueta investigates how the 'literature of liberation' arose.
The human rights movement in USSR
In this issue, Index publishes the text of Pavel Litvinov's lecture at the Royal Institute of International Affairs during his London visit.