May 04, 2011

Censorship, Governments, and Flagellating Google (White Paper)

Executive Summary: Governments around the world have become frustrated by their inabilities to control their populations’ access to information on the Internet as easily as was traditionally possible in the pre-Internet era. Their new hopes for regaining control are the micromanagement and censorship of search engines such as Google, through the criminalization of Web page linking, laws limiting the ability of Internet users to upload content, and related attacks on free speech and the open dissemination of knowledge.

Web (HTML) Version: "Censorship, Governments, and Flagellating Google"

PDF Version: "Censorship, Governments, and Flagellating Google"


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