The Guardian har börjat en sjudagars serie om kriget om internet som verkar bli intressant:
Over seven days the Guardian is taking stock of the new battlegrounds for the internet. From states stifling dissent, to the new cyberwar front line, we look at the challenges facing the dream of an open internet.
China’s censors tested by microbloggers who keep one step ahead of state media | Technology | The Guardian
Nervous Kremlin seeks to purge Russia’s internet of ‘western’ influences | Technology | The Guardian
Internet censorship: how does each country compare? | Datablog | Technology | guardian.co.uk
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