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Guides to Anonymous Blogging

The Spirit of America blog has released guides to anonymous blogging. This from the press release:

"A repressive regime trying to still free speech first goes after and shuts down independent print and broadcast media,” said Curt Hopkins, project director of Spirit of America’s Anonymous Blogging Campaign. “Once that is done, it turns its attentions to online news sites. As these outlets disappear, dissent migrates to blogs, which are increasing geometrically in number and are simple to set up and operate.” In past several years at least 30 people have been arrested, many of whom have been tortured, for criticizing their governments. This trend is likely to increase in the coming year.

That's 30 too many. But as they say on the website whatever you do a government who really wants to know who you are can find out.

January 7, 2006 in Blogs | Permalink

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