Liberation or coercion?

It has become vital to examine new technology from a moral standpoint and understand the secondary effects. If firms and democratic countries continue to duck the issue and pass off ethical responsibility on others, we shall soon be in a world where all our communications are spied on.

Read this excellent article by Julien Pain, head of the Internet freedom desk for Reporters Without Borders.

Also see:
HRW 2007 Report’s essay on Internet & Web Censorship – Lessons for Lanka?
The New Arab Conversation: Blogging in the Middle East

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