Recent Unrest in North Africa May Change Approaches to Censorship

As riots continue in North Africa from December into the new year, changes to regimes in Algeria and Tunisia are also bringing changes to censorship practices in the region. Some highlights from the blogosphere to date: Algeria The World Socialist Website noted that among the public works protesters destroyed were police stations, banks, and government […]

Herdict in Print!

Wow, Herdict looks great in print!  This week we are proud to announce that Herdict has been covered by Newsweek…no small feat, really.  A brief excerpt from Christopher Werth’s article: When China (once again) began blocking YouTube back in March over video of Tibetan protests, Herdict was among the first to know as reports came […]

Look Who’s Talking About Herdict!

It seems Herdict has been getting a lot of attention lately…so much so that perhaps Shep (our beloved mascot) is starting to get a big head. First it was BoingBoing; now Herdict is getting mentioned all over the world! Here’s a sampling of where we’ve been spotted these past couple of weeks: -Shanghaiist, a popular […]