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The conflict in Syria has led to internet blackouts, but this article reveals the more pernicious censorship that’s ongoing. Most content gets through, but a focus on blocking instant messaging and scouring social networks for certain key words means that citizens are censored in their day-to-day web surfing.

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Story posted at: technologyreview.com

  1. I think a lot of countries cnesor what people can read on the web. Maybe that’s one of the reasons these people are revolting.

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