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Blogging in Iran and China
Alex Steffen, 1 Dec 04

The fundamentalist authorities in Iran have, in the last three months, begun cracking down on that country's burgeoning online journalism movement, blocking websites, jailing some bloggers and intimidating others, an extension of a a larger, overall crackdown against journalists.

Reporters san Frontieres has declared the situation in Iran "very serious." Meanwhile, Iranian bloggers have started an online protest movement. Hoder is a great resource for information on the situation in Iran.

Meanwhile, New Scientist has the latest, and thus far best, rundown on blogging in China

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