Google Map of Jailed Chinese Internet “Dissidents”

Although the text is written in Chinese it isn’t hard to understand the message that this map of Chinese citizens who have been imprisoned for various “crimes” involving the Internet is conveying. ..China is still a repressive place. … Read More

Tweeting Tehran

During the recent “election” in Iran, Twitter took the place of CNN, FOX, and other news channels during the media blackout imposed by the government. It became the brave demonstrators’ link to the world as they expressed their protests and anger. Strictly on moral grounds, Twitter decided to help them. … Read More

The (endless) Battle of Music Censorship

The censorship issue is nothing new, the record industry, once a place of free speech and album covers that weren’t cluttered up with those parental advisory stickers… … Read More