The BBC reports on how the United Nations removed a poster promoting a book on Internet censorship by the University of Toronto's Open Net Initiative at the Internet Governance Forum currently underway in Egypt.
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U.N. Censors Internet Censorship Poster At IGF
November 16, 2009 — 2 comments — News
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