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Jordan says no to censorship

Jordan says no to censorship

According to Al Ghad newspaper, the Jordanian government approved amendments to the Publications and Press Law, which now require the owners of websites to register with the government and obtain a license, “just like any other publication.” Owners of websites will also be made responsible for the content of comments published by readers on their sites.

Jordanian blogger Moey shares three videos with Mohammad Shawash, Omar Hammad and Sarah Sharif protesting recent moves to censor the Internet in his country.

Three videos in one blogpost with just a single line:
“Not writing a single word, watch and judge!”

Read the in depth story at Global Voices.



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