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Globally, the punishments for dissident bloggers appear to be becoming more harsh.
State Department counter-propaganda has been met with accusations of hypocrisy in the wake of persecution of Anonymous.
Facebook's now-public status may encourage its board and policy staff to respond to privacy, free expression concerns.
While targeting online repression in Syria and Iran, democracy in the US may be stepping backwards by adopting CISPA.
Grassroots activists in Pakistan have set an example for digital rights activism.
The Wiki concept - now celebrating its 17th birthday - laid the groundwork for dissent via social media.
Global threats to online free expression have diversified, attracting more public interest.
Tunisia could set an example for the region by standing against internet censorship.
Facebook was launched eight years ago, and now claims to have some 845 million users around the globe.
Moves to allow country specific censorship created controversy as netizens voiced concerns - on Twitter.
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