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Ela Kulkarni Sara Keats Nathaniel Sutherland Anthony Lorubbio Jonathan Blake . Censorship. Religious Censorship. Islamic internet content Private vs Public Media Harry Potter The Satanic Verses. US government and censorship. Content that violates law Cuban websites

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Ela kulkarni sara keats nathaniel sutherland anthony lorubbio jonathan blake

ElaKulkarni

Sara Keats

Nathaniel Sutherland

Anthony Lorubbio

Jonathan Blake

Censorship


Religious censorship
Religious Censorship

  • Islamic internet content

  • Private vs Public

  • Media

    • Harry Potter

    • The Satanic Verses


Us government and censorship
US government and censorship

  • Content that violates law

  • Cuban websites

  • Libel, intellectual property, pornography


How censorship works today
How Censorship works today

  • Governmental blocks: dynamic, blacklist

  • Online news

  • Differences in countries

  • Anonymity


Political censorship
Political Censorship

  • “Enemies of the Internet”

    • Burma

    • China

    • Cuba

    • Egypt

    • Iran

    • North Korea

    • Saudi Arabia

    • Syria

    • Tunisia

    • Turkmenistan

    • Uzbekistan

    • Vietnam


Media censorship
Media censorship

  • Google censorship

  • Wikipedia, bias