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The World Map of Internet Censorship

28th February, 2014

NSA Porn, CyanogenMod Ban, Jolla Smartphone, Microsoft Sexism [Tech News Digest]

28th November, 2013
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Distracted By Time-Wasting Websites? LeechBlock For Firefox Will Take Care of That

7th October, 2013
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Internet Censorship In The UK – Why It Won’t Work

12th August, 2013

What Would You Ban From The Internet? [You Told Us]

7th August, 2013

What Would You Ban From The Internet? [We Ask You]

1st August, 2013
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5 Internet Commandments To Live By Or Incur The Wrath Of The Web (And A Note On Porn)

27th February, 2013
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Unfortunate Truths about Child Pornography and the Internet [Feature]

7th December, 2012

What Are Your Honest Views Of Internet Porn? [We Ask You]

2nd August, 2012
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Pornography Addiction: The Hidden Struggle & How to Break Free [Feature]

24th July, 2012

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The World Map of Internet Censorship

February 28, 2014

Don’t take Internet freedom for granted.

What Would You Ban From The Internet? [We Ask You]

August 1, 2013

The British Prime Minister David Cameron recently announced plans to ban Internet pornography. This isn’t illegal porn, which the vast majority of people would accept has no place in normal society. Instead, this is run-of-the-mill pornography that is perfectly legal to buy and view offline in most countries around the world, and involves consenting adults. This notional ban set us wondering what you, the MakeUseOf readership, would ban from the Internet.

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Internet Censorship In The UK – Why It Won’t Work

August 12, 2013

David Cameron’s Internet filtering plans have started a stir. The contours of his plans are still not clear, but opinions are being formed as the debate rages across the U.K. and the world. I’m completely opposed to Cameron’s Internet filtering proposals. Proposals that will not protect children from seeing sexually explicit material. Proposals that will seriously undermine the Internet’s ability to be a free forum for discourse and debate. Here, I argue my case.

NSA Porn, CyanogenMod Ban, Jolla Smartphone, Microsoft Sexism [Tech News Digest]

November 28, 2013

NSA watches porn, Bitcoin valued at $1,000, Google Street View for airports & stations, CyanagenMod Installer banned, F-Secure KEY launched to manage passwords, new Jolla smartphone, Twitter security, and Microsoft Xbox One sexism.