Vietnamese blogger Mother Mushroom tells activists, you are not alone while walking VOA through her story from blogging, arrests and presents state of live.
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Authorities in Mauritania should promptly and safely release a blogger who remains in custody despite an appeals court’s decision one year ago.
Prominent Vietnamese blogger sent to exile in U.S. says her reunion with family after two years in prison is proof she is not alone in speaking for freedom.
A former newspaper columnist has been jailed for seven years in Myanmar over Facebook post criticizing the country’s leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Kazakhstan on Thursday sentenced a man to three years in prison for inciting social hatred and calling for the forcible overthrow of the government.
Cyber-security professionals, journalists and key stakeholders discuss the development of norms around election influence and interference and lessons learned.
Lawyer for Iranian journalist sentenced to 10 years for allegedly insulting religious figure has rejected the ruling considering court inappropriate.
Google is planning a return to China. With the project in its early stages and shrouded in secrecy, employees are demanding transparency.
A handful of highly placed Russians have discovered their secrets seeping onto the web. The man behind the disclosures says more are coming.
How are various groups working to ensure that the internet remains an open platform for democratic engagement?