Internet Censorship Commented by a Daily
Koper, 19 April - The state was surprisingly quick to reach for a measure before which any serious state administration should take a lot of time for deliberation, if it was to take it at all. Censorship on the Internet - in the form that Slovenian Internet users have come to learn now - is only known in a few, totalitarian states, such as China or Iran, Primorske novice on Saturday comment on the blocked access to a website containing personal data of over one million alleged collaborators of the former Yugoslav secret police, UDBA, on suspicion of personal data abuse.
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