Political repression of cyber-dissidents

Political Repression Of Cyber-Dissidents

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Political repression of cyber-dissidents is the oppression or persecution of people for expressing their political views in the Internet.

Along with development of the Internet, state authorities in many parts of the world are moving forward to install mass surveillance of the electronic communications, establish Internet censorship to limit the flow of information, and persecute individuals and groups who express “inconvenient” political views in the Internet. Many cyber-dissidents have found themselves persecuted for attempts to bypass state controlled news media. Reporters Without Borders has released a and maintains .

Iran

Mohamad Reza Nasab Abdolahi was imprisoned for published an open letter to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. His pregnant wife and other bloggers who commented on the arrest were imprisoned too. Connor, A. (2005), , BBC News, 20th June 2005. Retrieved on 29th November 2006.

Egypt

Several bloggers in Egypt are arrested for allegedly defaming the president Hosni Mubarak or expressing critical views about Islam , BBC News, 20th November 2006. Retrieved on 29th November 2006.

China

Chinese Communist Party leader Hu Jintao ordered to "maintain the initiative in opinion on the Internet and raise the level of guidance online," , Reuters, Jan 24, 2007 "An internet police force -...
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