IFEX often reports on journalists who have been violently attacked or
killed while on the job, or who have been slapped with defamation suits -
two of the greatest threats to free expression. So how do you, as a
reporter, escape unscathed and write without fear or favour?
The Southeast Asian Centre for e-Media, a partner of the Netherlands-based
foundation Free Voice, has come up with "Guerrilla Techniques for Online
Activism" for online journalists and bloggers to freely "pursue their
Using examples from
some "common guerrilla techniques," such as using multiple anonymous
identities, or teaming up with a ghost writer in another (safer) country
who will publish articles as if s/he is the one writing them. The guide
also offers tips on how you can protect yourself from government detection,
including by getting circumvention software from Sesawe.net.
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