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Feb 12, 2013

Google Europe Blog: Supporting Internet freedom in Madrid


Supporting Internet freedom in Madrid

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 | 12:20 PM
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Reporters Without Borders latest report on press freedom makes for frightening reading. More than ever, the group says governments around globe are silencing journalists, censoring their articles, or worse, jailing or even assassinating them.

Google have worked with Reporters Without Borders for several years now, supporting their activities in favor of keeping the Internet free and open. So it was natural that we would appear in Madrid at the Spanish presentation of their new report.



Photo credits: Quim Lienas

While most attention these days in Spain focuses on the country’s economic crisis, the Reporters Without Borders event demonstrated a strong attachment to freedom.

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Posted by William Echikson, Head of Free Expression, Europe, Middle East and Africa

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