Monday, May 29, 2006

Freedom of expression campaign online

Amnesty International is starting a campaign in favour of freedom of expression online. The organisation claims that there is growing governmental control over blogs, chat rooms and websites where governments try to re-assert their control over cyberspace, and more importantly, about criticisms exercised in the vast virtual world.

The best part of the campaign is that one can copy and paste a small applet into the site which will publish random censored material in one's work. The code can be found here.

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