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 [...]

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 [...]

Promote Herdict: Be a Country Leader!

Want to help us spread the word about Herdict?  We’re looking for a few good volunteers to become country leaders, especially for the following locales: Syria, China, Iran, Australia, Morocco, Turkey, Vietnam, Burma, Tunisia, UAE. Being a Herdict Country Leader requires an interest in Internet filtering (censorship), experience using social media, and a desire to [...]