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Handbook For Bloggers And Cyber-Dissidents

Reporters Without Borders, September 2005


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Resource IDrsf2005
Resource titleHandbook For Bloggers And Cyber-Dissidents
Author/sourceReporters Without Borders
Date publishedSeptember 2005
Summary text/ abstractThe handbook has technical advice and tips about how to set up a good blog. But a successful one is harder to ensure. To stand out in the crowd, you must be original and post news or opinions neglected by the mainstream media. In some countries, bloggers are mainly worried about staying out of jail. In others, they try to establish their credibility as a source of reliable information. Not all bloggers have the same problems, but all of them, in their different ways, are on the frontline in the fight for freedom of expression.
Library categoriesDirect Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Peace, Politics
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