Censorship 'changes face of net'

Wednesday, 6 June 2007, 12:58 PM EST

Amnesty International has warned that the internet "could change beyond all recognition" unless action is taken against the erosion of online freedoms.

The warning comes ahead of a conference organised by Amnesty, where victims of repression will outline their plights. The "virus of internet repression" has spread from a handful of countries to dozens of governments, said the group.

At the BBC.

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