April 06, 2005

Reporters Without Borders nominates freedom blogs - including Infothought!

"Vote for freedom of expression blog award-winners!"

International April 6, 2005

Reporters Without Borders is calling on Internet-users to vote online for award-winners from among 60 blogs defending freedom of expression. There are six categories : Africa and the Middle East, the Americas, Asia, Europe, Iran and International.


These awards will be in tribute to webloggers who defend free expression and sometimes pay heavily for it. ...

Now it is up to Internet-users to decide. They may only vote for one blog per geographical category (The International category is of blogs that have a general interest in freedom of expression on the Internet).

Voting closes on 1st June 2005 and the prize-winners will be announced two weeks later.

To register a vote, go to : http://www.globenet.org/rsf/voteblog.php?lang=en

[And in particular, to vote in the International category, where Infothought is nominated, go to:
http://www.globenet.org/rsf/voteblog.php?cat=5&lang=en ]

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in infothought | on April 06, 2005 08:41 AM (Infothought permalink)
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