Committee aims to finalise Internet 'censorship' Bill
Parliament's portfolio committee on communications plans to finalise the Films and Publications Amendment Bill within a month.
China Internet censorship a 'burden'
The US labels China's Internet censorship a trade barrier in a report for the first time since 2013.
China clamps down on online music
The country tightens control of online music, paying particular attention to content and jacking up already tight Internet censorship.
FPB unmoved by R2K on 'censorship' policy
The board is not giving in to the activist group's calls to publish public comment on a draft policy that will allegedly lead to Internet censorship.
Speak up on Internet censorship
South Africans only have one more week to comment on a proposed online regulation policy that could lead to major Internet censorship.
Outrage mounts against 'draconian' law
An association representing Google steps into the fray around proposed measures to essentially censor the Internet in SA.
Singapore moves to regulate news sites
Sites that regularly report on news from Singapore will have to file for individual licences to do so in the future.
Censorship is never good
Attempts to cut down on available content are turning the Internet into a "filternet".
The desperation of a failed state
Internet blackouts are one of the final signs that a revolution is on the brink of toppling an oppressive regime.
China clamps down on Internet
Authorities shut 16 Web sites and detained six people accused of spreading rumours of unusual military vehicle movements in Beijing.
Internet turned into proxy server
This has the potential to shift the arms race regarding censorship to be in favour of free and open communication.