Freedom Blogs will mirror censored websites

26 May 2010 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in activism, technology | 1 Comment »

I am pleased to announce, after reading Global Voices Advocacy’s Guide: Mirroring a Censored WordPress Blog, that I am willing to mirror blogs or other websites at Freedom Blogs which:

  • are worthy, in my view, of being defended against censorship;
  • don’t cause me to lose my paid hosting accounts or ad network access;
  • don’t get me killed, tortured, spindled, folded or mutilated (I’m very much against being spindled);
  • are primarily text-based, since I can’t support mirroring images, audio or video; and
  • are accessible via an RSS or ATOM syndication feed.

Additionally, Freedom Blogs will provide primary hosting for existing mirrored sites (blogs only) which are taken down by governmental, corporate or other censorship. Alternately, I will work with you to provide the mirrored content for you to re-deploy elsewhere, and re-establish the mirroring.

Per the (loose) Freedom Blogs charter, the operation of your mirror or primary site will be supported by advertising. Meanwhile, I would like to help people who are being censored reach their audience.

If you have your own domain name, you can bring it to me; otherwise, your site will be mirrored as (something descriptive that you choose)

Please contact mike at gogulski dot com if you are in need of this service.

  1. One Response to “Freedom Blogs will mirror censored websites”

  2. By EveningStar on 26 May 2010

    Good for you!! Thank you from the rest of us for protecting/fighting for our freedoms.

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