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Amnesty International has called on the Turkish authorities to immediately reverse a "draconian" decision to block the Twitter social media site.
A campaign against internet censorship has gone viral on Twitter, with hundreds of thousands of posts trending under the #CensoredUK hashtag.
The authorities at Guantanamo Bay have twice censored a list of prisoners on hunger strike, set out by Shaker Aamer in letters to his lawyers.
Iran is being challenged to release writer Arzhang Davoodi, who is now facing fresh charges after being imprisoned for nearly nine years.
The Wikipedia community has chosen to close down the site's English version for 24 hours today, in a protest against growing censorship.
China is being called on to release a woman sentenced to a year in a labour camp for retweeting a supposedly anti-Japanese message.
A pressure group has accused the Advertising Standards Authority of effectively re-introducing the blasphemy law through the back door.
The East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) has called on East Timor's prosecutor-general to drop criminal defamation charges against local weekly Tempo Semanal and its editor, Jose Belo.
Civil libertarians are infuriated at special regulations coming into force for the upcoming Catholic World Youth Day event in Sydney, Australia, where Pope Benedict XVI will be the guest of honour.
The Council of Churches in Indonesia has joined calls for a controversial Dutch film about Islam made by far-right politician Geert Wilders not to be shown. In the past he called for the Qur'an to be banned.
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