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EXCLUSIVE ONNI: Measuring Internet Censorship in Cuba’s ParkNets-Study

The fact that Cuba’s intranet is far more affordable than the global internet indicates that most Cubans likely limit their browsing experience to government-approved sites and services. But the political climate in the country likely demands increased levels of self-censorship, which arguably is the most effective form of censorship.
In an attempt to understand how internet censorship is performed in Cuba, ONNI performed network measurement tests across eight vantage points in three cities across Cuba. The following sections explain our methodology and key findings.
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Timeline: British Model Supposedly Kidnapped for Darknet Auction

From the Chloe Ayling narrative and news released following that story, the events began on July 10. However, media outlets received a warning the day prior. One even earlier date stood out. Far before any of the kidnapping news hit, but certainly not far-out enough to be excluded completely. Continue reading

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Combating Illegal Arms Trade and Smuggling in Sudan

By Muawad Mustafa Rashid Armed conflict in some neighbouring countries and domestic tribal fighting has led to the phenomenon of illegal arms trade and smuggling, a phenomenon which constitutes a real threat to national security and an incentive for foreign … Continue reading

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ISIS smuggler: ‘We will use refugee crisis to infiltrate West’

WND As the migrant-train standoff entered its second day in Hungary, with thousands of mostly Syrian refugees seeking passage to Germany, it’s time the West recognized this shift in Muslim populations for what it is, say American activists who have … Continue reading

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The happiest or saddest day of her life: Child marriage in South Sudan

Written by Emilia Schiefhaler South Sudan is one of Africa’s most problematic countries when it comes to child marriage. Most girls get married in South Sudan between the ages of 15 and 19.(2) According to the United Nations Children’s Fund … Continue reading

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Why Pakistani youth does not want democracy?

Posted on April 16, 2013 by Believer By Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid Everyone in the Judiciary, government, media and political parties, even religious scholars are hell bent on protecting and promoting the Kufr system of democracy when our Constitution clearly say that no … Continue reading

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Shia Ethnic Cleansing in Indonesia

Background The Republic of Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia consisting of an archipelago of 17, 508 islands which lie between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The larger islands are Java, Sumatra, and Borneo. Indonesia is bordered … Continue reading

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Painful payment for Afghan debt: A daughter, aged 6

Painful payment for Afghan debt: A daughter, aged 6.

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Are specific societies creating domestic terrorists?

Posted by Female Close Protection Operatives in female bodyguards The last days public opinion in Greece has been shocked by the arrest of the 4 members of the terroristic organization ‘’Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire’’, a so called urban guerilla group that have … Continue reading

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Indonesia’s women radicals keep extremist networks going-analyst – TrustLaw

Indonesia's women radicals keep extremist networks going-analyst – TrustLaw.

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