South Korea Revises Law Affecting Online Censorship

by Tracy Knauer •

South Korea’s modification of a law that regulates online content could lead to more Internet censorship in the country, critics say. Korea Times reports that the Korea Communications Standards Commission, or KCSC, has revised a law that allows people to dispute online content that may be defamatory in nature. In its previous form, the law only granted the alleged victims …

Turkey Blocks Reddit without Explanation

by Tracy Knauer •

Reddit has become the latest victim of Internet censorship in Turkey, where government authorities have blocked the site under an Internet regulation law. The Telecom Authority of Turkey, which regulates Internet content in the country, has confirmed that it blocked access to Reddit, a popular website for aggregating and commenting on news articles. The agency cited Turkey’s Internet Censorship Law …

TPP Trade Agreement Could Spur Internet Censorship in Asia, Americas

by Tracy Knauer •

Could the Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP, mean more Internet censorship in Asia and the Americas? That’s what some online privacy advocates are saying as the new trade agreement moves closer to approval. The countries involved in the TPP approved a final version of the trade agreement on Monday, Oct. 5. Now, the document needs approval by the legislatures and …

Wallabag: A Free And Open Source Replacement For Instapaper

by Grey One •

  Wallabag is a “a self hostable application for saving web pages”. Basically, it’s a free, secure, and open source alternative to services like Instapaper, Pocket and Readability. Beyond the Wallabag web interface, you can find Wallabag applications for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. There’s also add-ons available for Firefox and Chrome, as well as a bookmarklet. If you don’t have …