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Chinese Twitter user arrested on her wedding day for tweeting a joke

A Chinese Twitter user has been arrested on her wedding day and sentenced to a year of 're-education' -- all for retweeting a joke.

By November 18, 2010


March 12 recognized as Online Free Expression Day

In effort to "denounce government censorship of the Internet and to demand more online freedom," Reporters Without Borders is organizing a 24-hour online demonstration.

By March 11, 2008


Online protest rallies free-speech supporters around the globe

Reporters Without Borders declares Wednesday as the first Online Free Expression Day. CNET Blog Network contributor Josh Wolf checks in on the demonstration.

By March 12, 2008


Handbook offers tips for cyberdissidents

New 87-page booklet from Reporters Without Borders gives bloggers advice on dodging state censors.

By September 22, 2005


From Libya, with love

By August 17, 2005


China to close unregistered domestic Web sites

The Chinese government will attempt to further control news reports by shutting down unsanctioned sites, a watchdog group says.

June 7, 2005