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26/07/2012

Stay safe on-line in Sri Lanka

Over recent years, frequent  actions taken by the government  of Sri Lanka have curtailed the dissemination of ideas and information online.

By imposing registration fees, blocking certain websites, and raids on offices and arrests and detention of staff at the the government have sought to tightly control Sri Lankans' access to the web.

The posters and the videos introduced bellow have been produced by the Centre of Policy Alternatives to be distributed amongst Sri Lankans to protest against the increase of the censorship on-line by the Sri Lankan Government and to inform everyone, from human rights activists or journalist to ordinary user, how to use the web in Sri Lanka in a way that is safer and freer.

They produced a number of posters and videos in English, Tamil and Sinhalese. We have been encouraged to disseminate them and would like you to do so too. Here they are.




Click here to find the pictures in Tamil and Sinhala


Click here for the video in Tamil
Click here for the video in Sinhala


Click here for the video in Tamil
Click here for the video in Sinhala


Click here for the video in Tamil
Click here for the video in Sinhala