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2012[edit]

May[edit]

2012-05-31 - JonDo 00.18.001 uses Skype for circumventing Internet censorship. More...

2012-05-31 - Ethiopia introduces deep packet inspection (DPI). More...

2012-05-30 - Iranian anti-censorship software Simurgh circulated with malicious backdoor More...

2012-05-13 - OpenDNS releases encrypted DNS client DNSCrypt for Windows. More...

2012-05-12 - New Tor Browser Bundle released (2.2.35-12). More...

2012-05-09 - Iran Filters its own Fatwa On Antifiltering More...

2012-05-07 - The LiveCD Tails with Tor was released in version 0.1. More...

2012-05-02 - Tor developers release OONI, a tool to monitor Internet censorship. More...

April[edit]

2012-04-30 - UK ISPs Must Censor The Pirate Bay, High Court Rules. More...

2012-04-17 - Security researcher unearths plans for Iran's halal Internet. More...

March[edit]

2012-03-12 - March 12: World Day Against Cyber-Censorship. More...

Feburary[edit]

January[edit]

2012-01-05 - Iran clamps down on internet use. More...

2011[edit]

December[edit]

2011-12-03 - Report on Internet censorship in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan released. More... (PDF)

November[edit]

2011-11-22 - Burma lifted firewall restrictions in September. More...

2011-11-09 - Report: BlueCoat filter used in Syria and Burma. More...

October[edit]

2011-10-27 - Report: Casting a Wider Net: Lessons Learned in Delivering BBC Content on the Censored Internet. More... (PDF)

2011-10-27 - The US Senate publishes a report about official work against Internet censorship. More... (PDF)

2011-10-20 - United States Seeks Detailed Information on China’s Internet Restrictions More...

2011-10-04 - Two ISPs in Belgium have to censor The Pirate Bay using DNS filter. More...

September[edit]

2011-09-17 - Slovak republic proposed a law to censor the Internet. More...

August[edit]

2011-08-31 - Pakistan to ban encryption software. More...

2011-08-08 - USENIX "Free and Open communications on the Internet" conference with great papers. More...

July[edit]

2011-07-29 - British ISP BT has to censor Usenet searchengine Newzbin. More... (PDF)

2011-07-18 - University of Michigan presents Telex, a new idea of censorship circumvention. More...

2011-07-12 - Iran blocks Google+ before official launch. More...

June[edit]

2011-06-25 - Denmark Police Propose Ban On Anonymous Internet Use. More...

2011-06-22 - Australias biggest ISPs Telstra and Optus start censoring next month. More...

2011-06-17 - The Guardian: Is your library censoring the internet? More...

2011-06-08 - UK: More Internet Censorship Proposed. More...

2011-06-03 - Syria shuts down access to the Internet. More...

2011-06-02 - UNESCO released its new publication of freedom of expression on Internet. More...

May[edit]

2011-05-27 - Saudi Arabia blocks 3000 drug websites. More...

2011-05-20 - Inverview with Anchorfree/Hotspot Shield about their role in the Arab spring. More...

2011-05-19 - Empirical data about the Arab spring on Twitter. More...

2011-05-19 - Turkey wants to implement mandatory filters. More...

2011-05-18 - How to Read Freedom House's Censorship Circumvention Report by the EFF. More...

2011-05-16 - Internet cafes in Myanmar ban the use of CDs and USB drives. More...

2011-05-13 - Tunisia released an official list of blocked URLs: http://filtrage.ati.tn/

April[edit]

2011-04-11 - Report: Leaping Over the Firewall: A Review of Censorship Circumvention Tools by Freedom House More...

March[edit]

2011-03-15 - Report: Internet Freedom A Foreign Policy Imperative in the Digital Age More...

February[edit]

2011-02-16 - USA: Hillary Clinton's speech about Internet Freedom. More...

2011-02-16 - US-Government shuts down 84.000 domains "by mistake". More...

2011-02-14 - French LOPPSI Bill Adopted: The Internet under Control?. More...

2011-02-12 - Iran hinders web searches before planned rally. More...

2011-02-10 - Reporters Without Borders Tunisia report. Press freedom 'now a reality'. More...

2011-02-10 - Bahrain - Authorities block page of online group calling for demonstrations. More...

2011-02-10 - Syria restores access to Facebook and YouTube. More...

January[edit]

2011-01-29 - Internet Reportedly Down in Syria. More...

2011-01-28 - Egypt turned off the internet. More...


2010[edit]

December[edit]

2010-12-17 - US Air Force Blocks Access To WikiLeaks-Related Sites. More...

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October[edit]

2010-10-18 - 2010 Circumvention Tool Usage Report released. More...

September[edit]

2010-09-28 - US Senators Propose Bill To Censor Any Sites The Justice Depatement Declares 'Pirate' Sites, Worldwide. More...

2010-09-27 - U.S. Tries to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet. More...

August[edit]

2010-08-24 - Pay Up or Shut Up: Bloggers Charged $300 for Their Thoughts. More...

2010-08-03 - Google and CIA Invest in ‘Future’ of Web Monitoring. More...

July[edit]

June[edit]

2010-06-28 - Reporters Without Borders unveils "Anti-Censorship-Shelter" together with XeroBank. More...

2010-06-08 - New version of censorship circumvention tool Alkasir 1.2 released. More...

2010-06-04 - New Webproxy ASProxy 5.5 Beta5 released. More...

2010-06-04 - Turkey blocks several Google services. More...

May[edit]

2010-05-30 - China Readies Internet Blackout for Tiananmen Square Anniversary. More...

2010-05-30 - Bangladesh blocks Facebook over political cartoons. More...

2010-05-28 - France and Netherlands plan Internet anti-censorship drive. More...

2010-05-19 - Pakistan blocks YouTube one day after ban on Facebook. More...

2010-05-20 - New beta version of FreeGate released. Download FreeGate 6.99beta1.

2010-05-19 - Pakistan blocks Facebook over caricatures. More...

2010-05-05 - China could force web users to disclose real names. More...

April[edit]

March[edit]

2010-03-05 - New version 9.93 of UltraSurf released. Download

2010-03-03 - New stable version 0.2.1.24 of Tor released. More...

February[edit]

2010-02-11 - France will start to censor the Internet. More...

2010-02-11 - Iran will block GMail. More...

January[edit]

2010-01-19 - More than half a billion Internet users are being filtered worldwide. More...

2010-01-19 - More websites (including Twitter and WordPress) blocked in Myanmar. More...

2010-01-18 - Turkey blocks 3700 websites, including YouTube. More...

2009[edit]

December[edit]

2009-12-15 - Australia wants to implement Internet censorship. More...

November[edit]

2009-11-26 - Opera disables its "Circumvention tool" in China. More...

October[edit]

2009-10-09 - Yahoo probably provided Iran with names of 200.000 users. More...

2009-10-01 - The OpenNetInitiative reports on Internet filtering in Sub-Saharan Africa More...

2009-10-01 - New version 9.6beta of UltraSurf released. More...

September[edit]

2009-09-28 - Tor partially blocked in China. More...

2009-09-25 - New version 6.89 of Freegate released. More...

2009-09-23 - Turkey now blocks MySpace and Last.fm. More...

2009-09-23 - Even more websites blocked in Syria. More...

2009-09-21 - Syria boycotts Facebook over Golan Heights. More...

2009-09-18 - Deep Packet Inspection engine goes open source. More...

2009-09-15 - New Zealand will get Internet censorship via IP Blocking. More...

2009-09-12 - China seems to block the proxytool Freegate. More...

2009-09-12 - Scientology Wants To Censor Internet In Australia. More...

2009-09-01 - The Browser Opera 10 was released with build in censorship circumvention called "Turbo". More...

August[edit]

2009-08-21 - Irish ISP Eircom will block ThePirateBay.org. More...

2009-08-15 - The USA tests technology to break foreign Web censorship. More...

2009-08-15 - Iraqis demonstrate over Web censorship. More...

2009-08-12 - Iraq censorship laws move ahead. More...

2009-08-02 - Australian Internet filter blocks education sites, but not porn. More...

2009-08-02 - New Zealand set to join internet blocking club. More...

2009-08-01 - Australian airline Qantas censors anti-censorship ad. More...

July[edit]

2009-07-16 - Kazakhstan starts Internet censorship. More...

2009-07-06 - China blocks Internet access completely in the Urumqi region. More...

2009-07-01 - China delays Green Dam filtering software. More...

June[edit]

2009-06-25 - China blocks Google Search, Apps, Gmail and more. More...

2009-06-21 - Parts of the Italian list of censored websites leaked on Wikileaks. More...

2009-06-17 - The OpenNet Initiative publishes new study about censorship in Iran. More...

2009-06-14 - Iran: Massive censorship accompanies Ahmadinejad “victory” More...

2009-06-12 - Analysis of the Green Dam Censorware System More and More...

2009-06-02 - China blocks Twitter and Hotmail ahead of anniversary. More...

May[edit]

2009-05-27 - Australian blocklist contains less than 32% child porn. More...

2009-05-26 - Chinese academic wins curt fight over blocked website More...

2009-05-25 - Iran blocks access to Facebook. More...

2009-05-23 - Thailand blocks 72 gaming websites. More...

2009-05-05 - RSF: YouTube completes a year of being blocked in Turkey. More...

2009-05-02 - The keyword list of Chinese search engine Baidu leaks at Wikileaks. More...

2009-05-02 - Freedom House releasees "Freedom of the Press 2009" Survey. More...

April[edit]

2009-04-22 - British Telecom blocks Pirate Bay. More...

2009-04-15 - The webproxy ASProxy is now available in version 5.1. More...

March[edit]

2009-03-31 - Freedom House publishes its "Freedom of the Net" report. More...

2009-03-24 - China blocks access to YouTube. More...

2009-03-19 - The Australian blocklist with about 2400 entries leaks to Wikileaks. More...

2009-03-12 - Reporters without Borders publish their new "Internet Enemies" report.

2009-03-06 - EFF launches Surveillance Self Defense, a practical online how-to guide for protecting your private data against government spying.

February[edit]

2009-02-25 - Herdict.org launches, a online tool to find out which website is blocked where.

2009-02-24 - OpenNetInitiative presents a review of Internet censorship in 2008. More...

2009-02-23 - Ireland will block PirateBay and other Bittorrent websites. More...

2009-02-13 - NSA offers billions to hack Skype encryption. More...

January[edit]

2009-01-26 - Bahrain blocks Gay social networking sites. More...

2009-01-23 - The webproxy ASProxy 5.0 was released. More...

2009-01-21 - Germany announces web filtering initiative. More...

2009-01-15 - British ISPs block the wayback machine at archive.org. More...

2009-01-13 - The bypass programs FreeGate, GPass and FirePhoenix are selling user data. More...


2008[edit]

December[edit]

2008-12-07 - 6 UK ISPs are censoring a Wikipedia article. More...

November[edit]

2008-11-28 - Danish ISP DMT2 A/S has to block the Pirate Bay Bittorrent tracker. More...

October[edit]

2008-10-29 - Turkey blocks Blogspot. More...

2008-10-13 - AT&T Promises not to spy on you …sort of. More...

2008-10-03 - The webproxy Glype 1.0 was released.

2008-10-02 - China spies on Chinese TOM-Skype. More...

September[edit]

2008-09-20 - Turkey bans access to Richard Dawkins website. More...

2008-09-03 - Thailand blocks access to 1200 websites. More...

August[edit]

2008-08-28 - China blocks access to the chinese Reporter Without Borders website More...

2008-08-22 - China blocks access to iTunes and Amazon because of Tibet songs. More...

2008-08-02 - The UAE formalises Internet censorship More...

July[edit]

2008-07-29 - Swedish Authorities Take Action Against Blogger For Revealing Surveillance Documents. More...

2008-07-24 - Chinese Cyber-Dissident Du Daobin was arrested. More...

2008-07-03 - Iran is considering death penalty for web-related crimes. More...

June[edit]

2008-06-10 - France wants to block access to child porn websites. More...

2008-06-10 - In the USA, Verizon, Sprint and Time Warner Cable will block websites and Newsgroups with Child Sex More...

2008-06-01 - Myanmar restricts the use of Proxy servers. More...

May[edit]

2008-05-20 - Hamas bans pornographic websites in Gaza Strip. More...

April[edit]

2008-04-08 - The version 0.7.0 of the popular censorship resistant filesharing program Freenet was released. More...

2008-04-23 - Russia wants to censor 'extremist' websites on the Internet. More...

2008-04-10 - Turkey blocks access to Google Groups. More...

2008-04-09 - Indonesia blocks access to YouTube, MySpace, Rapidshare and others because of the Fitna Movie. More...

2008-04-05 - China unblocked access to English Wikipedia. Chinese version remains blocked. More...

March[edit]

2008-03-28 - Turkey blocks access to Indymedia Istanbul. More...

2008-03-16 - China blocks access to YouTube because of the protests in Tibet. More...

2008-03-11 - Tomorrow the virtual demonstration "24 hours against Internet censorship" from Reporters without borders starts. More...

2008-03-09 - The CGIProxy 2.1beta16 was released. Until June it will cost 20 US-Dollar. More...

February[edit]

2008-02-27 - Finally the spam filter is working fine, so no more spam edits in the future!

2008-02-24 - Due to the new YouTube block in Pakistan, the site was globally unavailable for about 2 hours. More and more...

2008-02-19 - In Finland, the ISPs have to block more than 1700 websites, not all are child pornography. More...

2008-02-18 - A new study shows how effective 23 different censorware programs for parental conrol are. More...

2008-02-15 - Start of the German version of the Internet censorship wiki a de.cship.org/wiki/

2008-02-13 - Kuwait Government blocks 20 Bittorrent sites. More...

2008-02-04 - The Danish ISP Tele2 is forced to block The Pirate Bay, a popular Bittorrent tracker. More...

January[edit]

2008-01-22 - Start of the Polish version of the Internet censorship wiki at pl.cship.org/wiki/

2008-01-21 - The Turkish ISP "Türk Telekom" blocks YouTube again. More...

2008-01-12 - Relaunch after 2 month of a broken database. Now we've got automated backups!