U.S. plans office to fight internet censorship


A bill recently introduced in the U.S. Congress would help Internet users in other countries get around censorship and give them access to government-blocked Web sites. The bill, introduced by Rep. Christopher Cox, would authorize US$100 million over two years to create an Office of Global Internet Freedom to fight foreign censorship. The wide-open spaces… (More)


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