Brazilian bloggers censored

Brazilian judge, Pedro Sakamoto has prohibited bloggers Enock Cavalcanti and Adriana Vandoni from reporting on injunctions issued  against politician José Riva. Vandoni and Cavalcanti, both from the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, reported on an accusation by the Federal Public Ministry (Ministério Público Federal) against Riva in their blogs. They are not allowed to voice any opinion until the legal process of Riva’s case is complete. The judge also determined the deletion of posts already published from Cavalcanti blog “Página do E” (E Page) deemed “offensive”. The bloggers will have to pay a daily fine of 1,000 reais (US $570) if they disobey the order. Read more here