Tag: censorship

Thanks Mohammed and Esra’a

1 Nov, '060 Comments

I would like to extend my deepest thanks and appreciation for both Mohammed Al-Maskati (emoodz.com) and Esra’a Ahmed (mideastyouth.com) for their unstinting support they have offered and their trials to unblock my blog. Their efforts, created websites, and brilliant creative ideas and passion demonstrated to protect the freedom of speech in Bahrain is a testament […]

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Two things

1 Nov, '064 Comments

The government is apparently using two things to prosecute websites: The refusal of websites to register with the Ministry of Information The publishing of anything to do with bandargate Ok, fine. I wonder how the authorities will react if ALL blogs based in or concerned with Bahrain started writing about bandargate! Will they go ahead […]

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Step 2: Take Mahmood Al-Yousif to court

Step 2: Take Mahmood Al-Yousif to court

1 Nov, '066 Comments

And now you know what value it is to be an anonymous coward in this country, you will always be safe. But call a spade a spade, let people know your name, your address, your contact details, and criticize in the open and what do you get? You get dragged to court. This is the […]

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Bahrain blocks Web sites over election case

31 Oct, '0615 Comments

MANAMA, Oct 31 (Reuters) – Bahrain has blocked several Web sites for violating a reporting ban in the case of a government adviser who was deported after alleging election irregularities. Authorities imposed a ban on publishing information about the case of the adviser, British citizen Salah al-Bander, who was sacked and deported to Britain in […]

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Bahrain Proxy launched

Bahrain Proxy launched

31 Oct, '063 Comments

A new anonymiser website has been launched. If you wish to browse anonymously, you might consider using this new site, Bahrain Proxy: Thanks to whomever set it up!

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