Amnesty and the Irrepressible Internet

Amnesty International is campaigning against Internet censorship:

Chat rooms monitored. Blogs deleted. Websites blocked. Search engines restricted. People imprisoned for simply posting and sharing information.

The Internet is a new frontier in the struggle for human rights. Governments – with the help of some of the biggest IT companies in the world – are cracking down on freedom of expression.

Amnesty International, with the support of The Observer, is launching a campaign to show that online or offline the human voice and human rights are impossible to repress.

You can sign the pledge that will be presented in an UN conference this November. You can also join to the effort by publishing irrepressible fragments of censored material on your own site.

Via Slashdot.