Saturday, November 11, 2006

Reporters Without Borders' "13 Biggest Enemies of the Internet"

I haven't blogged on this topic yet. But it's something for all of us to be concerned about. In fact, this TomPaine.commonsense article at least partially credits the national Democrats' big wins to bloggers and their ability to share info. and express their opinions and interpretations of events.

Reporters Without Borders has listed their 13 biggest enemies of the internet. You'll see most of the usual suspects when it comes to censorship listed: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, China, etc. Lets stay vigilant so that the United States isn't added to this list any time soon.

1 comment:

griftdrift said...

Too bad we couldn't do a little more about Georgia, eh?

Maybe next time.