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محمد رضا عبداللهی نسب  - ایران
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محمد رضا فتحی - ایران
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مسئولان و کارکنان
Curt Hopkins, Director
Ellen Simonetti, Deputy Director
Bill Crawford, Treasurer  
 Victor, Latin America Manager
Vitor Ribeiro, Brazil Manager
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Rebecca MacKinnon
Andrew Nachison
Ammar Abdulhamid
حسین درخشان

Jesse Sage

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Comité de Protección de Bloggers
Comitê para Proteção dos Bloggers
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The Committee to Protect Journalists
Reporters Without Borders
Article 19
Electronic Frontier Foundation
PEN American Center
Human Rights Watch
Bloggers Without Borders
The Internet in Asia
OpenNet Initiative
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International Freedom of
Expression Exchange
The Community of Sant'Egidio
Bereaved Families Forum
Global Voices
Bitter Lemons
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Berkeley China Internet Project
Human Rights First

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Comic Book Galaxy
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The Woolamaloo Gazette
Danah Boyd
Trials and Tribulations
Persian Students in the UK
Loïc Le Meur
China Herald
Fix the World
Fierce Family
Bioethics Blog
Iran Freedom of Expression Frontiers
Kill Fee

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Saturday, April 23, 2005


The following is a press release from the official Iranian Republic News Agency. It is woefully short on details and we have not yet been able to verify anything, so take it with a grain of salt.

(Note the phrase "accused of weblogging"; not unlike "accused of publishing" or "accused of speaking.")

Iranian Court clears webloggers

Tehran, 21 April, IRNA: The court of justice examining lawsuits of several ladies accused of weblogging cleared them of the charge, Judiciary spokesman Jamal Karimi-Rad said on Thursday (21 April).

He told IRNA that the Disciplinary Court of Judges reached the conclusion that the webloggers had not intention of violating law and cleared them of the charge.

The spokesman said that the webloggers had lodged a complaint with the disciplinary Court of Judges pleading not guilty.

Karimi-Rad said in the meantime that the prosecutor has provided indictments against four other individuals accused of Internet crimes.


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