A wise cyber-philosopher once said: “The Internet treats censorship as damage and routes around it.” The latest rerouting is aimed at China, Iran, and other countries (is YOUR homeland next?) where Internet censorship is common and serious business. “The Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents” is a free online guide created by free speech advocates Reporters without Borders. Quoth the piece on CNet News:
…The booklet offers technical information for dodging government censors, including tips for thwarting filtering technology that can block access to select Web pages. The book also covers e-mail encryption, online pseudonyms and anonymous proxies, discussing ethics and how to attract an audience.
Available here in English, French, Chinese, Arabic and Farsi.