Julia Broughton

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Pirate Bay plans new 'anti-censorship' browser

The Pirate Bay's own PirateBrowser web browser has been downloaded more than 2.5m times since its launch in August 2013, but the filesharing site is already working on a successor.<p>PirateBrowser was designed to help people access The Pirate Bay and other torrent services even if they were blocked by …

Chinese internet: 'a new censorship campaign has commenced'

On 9 May, I posted the following message on Sina Weibo:<p>"The account you have been managing for years can be deleted in a second. Then you try to plot its reincarnation by writing every word from scratch. The house you have been building all your life can be bulldozed in a moment. Then you try to …

The Pirate party and Coalition agree: internet censorship is not the answer

Less than 48 hours out from the federal election, the Liberal party released an internet censorship policy remarkably similar to that of the Cameron government in Britain. A mere few hours after the announcement and in the face of a huge backlash, opposition communications spokesman Malcolm …

Chinese web censorship study: Researchers monitor Chinese web controls with fake social network.

Information on the specific workings of China’s Internet censorship – the so-called great firewall – can be hard to come by, but Harvard political …

Activists say they have found way round Chinese internet censorship

Cyber-activists have retaliated against Chinese authorities' censorship of foreign media websites by exposing an apparent weakness in the country's vast internet control apparatus.<p>China blocked the Wall Street Journal and Reuters Chinese-language websites on Friday after a New York Times exposé …

Should internet porn be 'opt-in' only? - video debate

David Cameron has said he favours a system of internet censorship in which every household connected to the internet would be obliged to declare whether they wish to have access to online pornography. Guardian columnist <b>Deborah Orr</b> and <b>Emma Carr</b>, deputy director of Big Brother Watch, discuss this …

Operator, a News Reader that Circumvents Internet Censorship

The most censored content on the Internet is blogs. Unfortunately, blogs are also a primary means of obtaining news in areas where broadcast media is …

David Cameron's internet porn filter is the start of censorship creep

Picture the scene. You're pottering about on the internet, perhaps idly looking up cake recipes, or videos of puppies learning to howl. Then the phone rings. It's your internet service provider. Actually, it's a nice lady in a telesales warehouse somewhere, employed on behalf of your service …