A Chinese Twitter user has been arrested on her wedding day and sentenced to a year of 're-education' -- all for retweeting a joke.
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.
Reporters Without Borders declares Wednesday as the first Online Free Expression Day. CNET Blog Network contributor Josh Wolf checks in on the demonstration.
New 87-page booklet from Reporters Without Borders gives bloggers advice on dodging state censors.
The Chinese government will attempt to further control news reports by shutting down unsanctioned sites, a watchdog group says.