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Tunisian government ends internet censorship

Tuesday 11 September 2012 | 12:16 CET | News
The Tunisian government said it has officially brought an end to the country's stringent internet censorship policies, IT News Africa reported. Information and Communication Minister Mongi Marzoug said this follows the recent revolution in Tunisia, and the interim government will now try to promote access to information and freedom of expression. The launching of the country's National Forum of Internet governance will be the end of Ammar 404, Mongi said, according to Tunis Afrique Presse. The minister said that Tunisia has signed up to joint action for freedom of expression through Internet

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