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Singapore blogging community just launched called a new campaign called #FreeMyInternet to protest against the new licensing imposed by local authority. The new regulations...

After four years in prison, Nay Phone Latt was finally released in January 2012. A Myanmar blogger was arrested by the Myanmar government after...

Metro TV news director Tomi Suryopratomo said they dropped the “Talk Indonesia” show based on a certain review, but not because of tweets made Wimar Witoelar, one of its hosts.

Egypt shutdown worst in Internet history. "In 24 hours we have lost 97 per cent of Egyptian Internet traffic," said Julien Coulon, co-founder of Cedexis.

China blocks searches with keywords "egypt", "riot" and likes from the country's most popular microblogging service, Al Jazeera confirms.

An Indonesian minister said there were over 3,000 documents on Indonesia on Wikileaks website, The Jakarta Post reports.

Some Wikileakers are leaving --due to the organization's objectives, Julian Assange's leadership issue and personal problems-- and will launch new project called "Openleaks" on Monday.

Looks like Wikileaks accounts on Facebook and Twitter are safe so far, but Anonymous' Operation PayBack account appears to have been suspended from both services.

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