Internet Censorship in France: should we criminalize viewers?

“From now on, any person who habitually consults websites that advocate terrorism or that call for hatred and violence will be criminally punished” — Nicolas Sarkozy, March 22, 2012. In the wake of a terrible tragedy in Toulouse in which Mohamed Merah (killed by police after a long standoff) reportedly murdered three Jewish children and [...]

Tweeting reports takes off

It’s been a week since we announced our new tweeting reports to Herdict functionality, and in that time we’ve seen more reports via twitter than via our Firefox add-on.  Tunisia and Thailand have received the most reports, but we’ve also seen tweeted reports from Canada, France, Sudan and the US. Remember you can always email [...]

Friday Top 5: Countries Visiting Herdict.org

We here at Herdict love Google Analytics – it allows us to see who’s visiting the site and what pages interest them the most.  It even allows us to see who’s downloading our add-ons!  And so, this week we’ll be discussing those who matter the most – YOU! 1. Herdict is based in the U.S., [...]