Ethiopia Takes Tough Stance on News Sites and Reporters

Ethiopia continues to make life difficult for many journalists, as Charlayne Hunter-Gault reports from her recent visit to Addis Ababa to check on the fate of one imprisoned reporter. In addition, the government has banned Skype and services that offer audio and video related communications and is reportedly using sophisticated technology to selectively block other websites to limit access to information.

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The so called Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), is an advanced network filtering method mainly used by countries which have bad press freedom records commonly known as "Enemies of the Internet" such as China and Iran.

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