Under the banner of “Advancing freedom worldwide through information and technology”, the Digital Freedom Network is primarily concerned with providing the general public with information about current events around the world that may impinge on a variety of individual freedoms, particularly in the realm of journalism and related activities. One of the highlights of their site is the “Literature of Freedom” area, where visitors can learn about different works that have been banned in countries such as Cuba, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia. “The Frontline” is another moving section of the site, as it focuses on those individuals who have been placed in prison for expressing their thoughts and opinions freely. The site is rounded out by a very well-developed section of external links, organized into such areas as international organizations, publications, and educational tools.
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