Museums got tired of Facebook censorship, took nude art to OnlyFans
Vienna museums got tired of social media giants censoring the art they share, so they set up a joint OnlyFans account for more risque art.
Turkish government blocks Reddit
The Turkish government has blocked access to Reddit, once again evoking harsh censorship in the nation.
China has begun blocking VPN services
According to experts and major tech companies, China has begun blocking VPN services that allow users to browse more anonymously and to avoid censorship in the nation.
Is your country censoring your browsing? Try out PirateSnoop
If you live in a country where censorship is prevalent, PirateSnoop hopes to save the day.
ISP tweaks porn block to unblock TorrentFreak
Sky, an Internet provider in the UK, has tweaked its pornography filter to allow access to the TorrentFreak news website.
Court orders 21 pirate sites blocked
Internet Service Providers must block 21 more websites linked to Internet piracy, according to a court order in the UK.
Finnish court: It is alright to censor a website that criticizes censorship
Finnish website that criticized the censorship in Finland was censored. And now it lost its case in Supreme Administrative Court, too.
Worried about censorship? Pirate Bay unveils new PirateBrowser
The Pirate Bay has taken a stand against censorship, releasing their own Pirate Browser.
China lifts its long standing ban on IMDB
Citizens are delighted
Finland in pornography censorship debate
Finnish Minister for Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson has backed blocking pornography showing animals and 'violent pornography.'
How the ITU is leading the way to the 20th century
For all their talk of future development, the ITU's real agenda is breaking the Internet in the name of censorship and profit taking
Google rejects porn filters
Search giant Google has rejected proposals that ISPs should automatically filter pornography, requiring customers to opt-in to view porn.
Report slams mobile Internet censorship in UK
The Open Rights Group (ORG) and LSE Media Policy Project have released a damning report about mobile Internet censorship in the UK.
France: It is now illegal to visit terrorist Web sites
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has made it illegal for French citizens to visit Web sites that encourage terrorism or hate crimes. The ......
Wikipedia joins January 18 SOPA/PIPA protest
Wikipedia has officially announced they will participate in the January 18 protest of anti-piracy bills SOPA and PIPA by blocking access to English language pages.
Reddit to go dark for 12 hours in protest of SOPA/PIPA
Reddit has announced a protest of SOPA and PIPA. On January 18 the normal site will be replaced by links to information about the 2 bills.
Influential US legislator bows to Reddit pressure and speaks out against SOPA
After being targetted by Reddit members, Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan has officially come out saying he will vote against SOPA.
GoDaddy customers transfer more than 32,000 domains in 36 hours
GoDaddy customers outraged at the company's support for SOPA transferred 32,000 domain names to rival registrar NameCheap over a 36 hour period.
GoDaddy continues backpedalling on SOPA support as domain name exodus continues
Although GoDaddy has paid lip service to reversing their support for SOPA, it wasn't until today that they withdrew the letter they wrote to Congress.
Pakistan looking to censor texting
The Pakistani government has announced this week that it will begin to censor texting in the nation. If ultimately successful, the move will ......