Unblock YouTube Anywhere in the World

YouTube for many is the easiest and quickest way to access any video or music content online, not to mention its completely free. It is one of the most popular websites online which boasts 100 hours of video being uploaded every minute from all around the world. If you want to listen to a song

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Google Accuse Hollywood of Censoring the Internet

Google have slammed the Motion Picture Association of America with allegations of trying to ‘censor the internet’. After the SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) failed to materialise back in 2012, the film industry have been trying to find a way to clamp down on the amount of websites who are offering illegal downloads. But their

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Microsoft and Yahoo Join Google in ‘Right to be Forgotten’

When Google announced plans to grant user’s wishes to remove content from search engines, it was met with opposition. Some say it will lead to companies choosing to remove any content that might portray them in a negative way, in effect ‘censoring’ content from the public. It has now been announced that Microsoft and Yahoo join Google

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Google Fights Piracy in Latest Search Engine Changes

Google have announced changes to their search engine that will prevent popular pirate sites from appearing frequently. This move is hoping to appease movie and music studios/rightsholders alike as Google fights piracy in latest search engine changes. Google have previously attempted to thwart the growing number of piracy websites that have sprung up in searches, this

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Thai media censorship is growing

On May 22nd, the Thai army announced on TV to have taken control of the country “in order to restore a normal situation “, due to the talks between the various political movements fail to reach any decision. As from now on, TV will only broadcast information disseminated by the army and foreign channels have

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Only 14 % of the world population has access to free media

Media freedom has experienced its darkest years over the decade, especially in Egypt, in Turkey, in Ukraine, but also in the United States on national security issues, as denounced by a study conducted by an American NGO called Freedom House. Various cases where press freedom has been violated have been studied: control of information, physical

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YouTube blocked in Turkey, Google counter-attacks

Ups and downs in Internet censorship by the Turkish authorities… After Twitter and YouTube had been blocked, the Turkish government met with the justice who ordered the authorities to restore access to these two sites. But it did not actually go as planned, as the same court decided to support Youtube been blocked until 15

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Twitter censorship in Turkey brings much reaction

The Turkish authorities aiming at banning Twitter created a strong wave of mobilization on the internet. The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on March 20th that using Twitter is not allowed to be used in the country. Twitter immediately responded by stating that its services remain accessible in Turkey by SMS . Ankara

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An unprecedented censorship in Russia

The United States recently denounced the “unprecedented” censorship of Russian media: the Russian government has recently blocked additional opposition websites as well as internet alternative sources of information on the crisis in Ukraine. “In the past year, the Russian government has approved a series of laws that implemented unprecedented internet media censorship and publication restrictions

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RSF speaks out about the enemies of internet

During the International Day against Cyber ​​Censorship, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) spoke about its updated list of “enemies of Internet”: the RSF points out the methods of some countries, for their internet surveillance and censorship, although they are said to be democratic countries. RSF has identified 31 institutions that it considers to act as “enemies

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