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Free speech and the New Internet
Posted by: Jordi on Saturday, September 02, 2006 - 01:04 AM
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Trouble is brewing in cyberspace for free speech advocates.

Dissenters in authoritarian countries are currently able and willing to air their views through the Internet to a worldwide audience because their identities remain anonymous to some extent. This anonymity is due in large part to a portion of the current Internet infrastructure called a proxy server.

Complete article at AsiaMedia.