The Death of Censorship

June 23rd, 2009  |  Published in Blog, Trends

This is a difficult video to watch. It is the death of a teenage girl, known as Neda, who was shot by a sniper on the streets of Tehran a few days ago, amid the political unrest and the desperate attempts of the Iranian government to censor it. My source for this is PR Squared, and I refer you to their excellent commentary on the video and the changes in the way we now get our information. As PR Squared writes, “The filters are off. The collective is self-aware. The masses are the media.” (Read more)

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