Ok, this list should be pretty old news by now, but — by definition — the content of it is not. Because... it's simply not in the news:
Full list with more details here...
(via Boing Boing)
Let me take a quick break from all the technical posts to turn to a more political topic for a minute.
Chat rooms monitored. Blogs deleted. Websites blocked. Search engines restricted. People imprisoned for simply posting and sharing information.
The Internet is a new frontier in the struggle for human rights. Governments – with the help of some of the biggest IT companies in the world – are cracking down on freedom of expression. Amnesty International, with the support of The Observer, is launching a campaign to show that online or offline the human voice and human rights are impossible to repress.
There are many ways you can help, e.g. by
Fore more information, you might also want to read this BBC NEWS article.
And finally, here's the whole text of the pledge. Repeat after me:
I believe the Internet should be a force for
political freedom, not repression. People have
the right to seek and receive information and to
express their peaceful beliefs online without
fear or interference.
I call on governments to stop the unwarranted
restriction of freedom of expression on the
Internet – and on companies to stop helping them do it.