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Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents

Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents

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Bloggers are often the only real journalists in countries where the mainstream media is censored or under pressure. Bloggers need to be anonymous when they are putting out information that risks their safety. The cyber-police are watching and have become expert at tracking down “troublemakers.” However, the main problem for a blogger, even under a repressive regime, isn’t security. It’s about getting the blog known, finding an audience. Some bloggers face the problem of filtering. The handbook has technical advice and tips. License: Creative Commons. By: rsf.org
Bloggers are often the only real journalists in countries where the mainstream media is censored or under pressure. Bloggers need to be anonymous when they are putting out information that risks their safety. The cyber-police are watching and have become expert at tracking down “troublemakers.” However, the main problem for a blogger, even under a repressive regime, isn’t security. It’s about getting the blog known, finding an audience. Some bloggers face the problem of filtering. The handbook has technical advice and tips. License: Creative Commons. By: rsf.org

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HANDBOOK FOR
BLOGGERS
AND
CYBER-DISSIDENTS
REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS
SEPTEMBER 2005
REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERSI3
BLOGGERS, THE NEW HERALDS OF FREE EXPRESSION
Julien Pain
WHAT’S A BLOG ?
Pointblog.com
THE LANGUAGE OF BLOGGING
Pointblog.com
CHOOSING THE BEST TOOL
Cyril Fiévet and Marc-Olivier Peyer
HOW TO SET UP AND RUN A BLOG
The Civiblog system
Citizenlab
WHAT ETHICS SHOULD BLOGGERS HAVE ?
Dan Gillmor
GETTING YOUR BLOG PICKED UP BY SEARCH-ENGINES
Olivier Andrieu
WHAT REALLY MAKES A BLOG SHINE ?
Mark Glaser
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS
• GERMANY: “We promote civil and human rights”
Markus Beckedahl
• BAHRAIN: “We’ve broken the government’s news monopoly.”
Chan'ad Bahraini
• USA: “Now I can write what I think”
Jay Rosen
• HONG KONG: “I kept my promise to those who died”
Yan Sham-Shackleton
• IRAN: “We can write freely in blogs”
Arash Sigarchi
• NEPAL: “We tell the outside world what’s happening”
Radio Free Nepal
HOW TO BLOG ANONYMOUSLY
Ethan Zuckerman
TECHNICAL WAYS TO GET ROUND CENSORSHIP
Nart Villeneuve
ENSURING YOUR E-MAIL IS TRULY PRIVATE
Ludovic Pierrat
INTERNET-CENSOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Julien Pain
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