18 Jan '12, 5pm

Is Screening the Answer to Censorship Internationally?

Censorship is not a new topic; it has been around in many forms for a long, long time and it looks like it is not going anywhere any time soon. Now it seems more than ever before in the (relatively) short history of the internet has there been so much concern for censorship. With Google Plus Search Your World and SOPA being such hot-button issues right now, it seems there is an endless supply of issues to debate and critique. One censorship issue that has fallen to the backburner recently is censorship in international markets. This censorship has potential implications for SEO professionals and the international SEO industry as a whole, but those implications are largely dependent on the type of censorship being instituted. With more broad, wide-ranging censorship like that experienced in China, there are greater SEO implications. Certain social media may not be allowed f...

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/is-screening-the-answe...

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greenpeace.org.uk 17 Jan '12, 4pm

In the history book of bad ideas, the concept of giving corporations the right to censor the internet has to rank among th...