en.rsf.org — Syria's Internet network has long been kept under close surveillance. Now it turns out that the surveillance has been stepped up. The Telecomix hactivist group has revealed that 34 Blue Coat servers are operating in Syria (WeFC link). The servers are using DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) (...)
rfa.org — A Vietnamese court on Thursday reduced the jail sentences of four activists convicted on charges of plotting to overthrow the government but upheld those of four others, a lawyer said, while a banned opposition group they were said to have links with called for their immediate release.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - President Obama ordered a review on Thursday of the Justice Department's procedures for legal investigations involving reporters, acknowledging that he was "troubled" that multiple inquiries into national security leaks could chill investigative reporting. "Journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs," Mr. Obama said in a wide-ranging address on counterterrorism policy.
m.aljazeera.com — Eric Holder, the US attorney general, said in a letter addressed to congressional leaders on Wednesday that three of those killed were not targets of the strikes involving drones in Yemen and elsewhere. Holder named the four dead US citizens in a letter to members of Congress one day before President Obama is scheduled to deliver an address on the use of drones.
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