Wael Abbas: torture, abuses and censorship – blogger shares experiences at the World Blogging Forum in Bucharest

Fascinating stories I hear every day from the guys in Bucharest setting up the World Blogging Forum.

For example, some of the bloggers they wanted to invite are imprisoned because they were talking about online activism as the government wanted to send a signal to other online voices in order to keep silent. This is the case of the case of Adnan Hajizade and Emin Milli in Azerbaijan – it seems that OSCE, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Reporters Without Borders etc already following the case closely. Continue reading “Wael Abbas: torture, abuses and censorship – blogger shares experiences at the World Blogging Forum in Bucharest”