Peter Griffin of Caferati, a writers group having more than 2,000 members worldwide and a Dubai chapter too, posted me in on it today.
Reporters Without Borders has organised an international cyber demo to support freedom of speech on the internet.
All you have to do to support their campaign against internet censorship is to visit the Reporters Without Borders website (www.rsf.org) between 2 pm on Tuesday, 7 November, and 2 pm on Wednesday, 8 November.
They have also launched the Arabic version of their website coinciding with this campaign today.
Once you are there, you could also vote for the campaign on a live world map.
According to their website:
"Each click will help to change the “Internet Black Holes” map and help to
combat censorship. As many people as possible must participate so that this
operation can be a success and have an impact on those governments that try to
seal off what is meant to be a space where people can express themselves
Read more about it here:
Reporters without borders organises 24-hour online demo against Internet censorship
Copywriter & Journalist in the UAE
[Crossposted on: UAE Community]