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Amnesty warns that Internet 'could change beyond all recognition' unless 'virus of Internet repression' is tackled

Author: Amnesty Intl. UK, Published on: 6 June 2007

Amnesty International today (6 June) warned that the Internet 'could change beyond all recognition' unless action is taken to stop the 'Virus of Internet repression' eroding freedom of expression online...The warning comes ahead of a globally webcast event at Amnesty's UK HQ from 6:30 tonight...At least 25 countries now apply state-mandated net filtering including Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Burma, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Thailand and Tunisia. [refers to Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!]

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Related companies: C. F. Martin Cisco Systems Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Yahoo! (part of Verizon)