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[liberationtech] DRL Internet Freedom pages hit the memory hole

Schultze, Stephen SchultzeS at state.gov
Mon Jan 30 14:28:54 PST 2017


Hi all,

Thanks to those of you who have flagged an apparent issue with one of the state.gov Internet freedom URLs. This is just a minor technical issue. The URL www.state.gov/netfreedom<http://www.state.gov/netfreedom> has for a long time redirected to www.humanrights.gov/issues/internet-freedom/<http://www.humanrights.gov/issues/internet-freedom/> (our primary Internet Freedom page, which remains unchanged). Our best guess is that this old redirect was broken in the state.gov site upgrade that happened around Thanksgiving.  We don't use that link very often.  In any event, we've ask that it be restored.

Also relevant to your interests may be the link for the DRL Internet Freedom grant solicitation (next Statement of Interest deadline February 10).  That page is here, as always:
https://www.state.gov/j/drl/p/c12302.htm

Best regards,
DRL's Internet Freedom Team


From: liberationtech [mailto:liberationtech-bounces at lists.stanford.edu] On Behalf Of The Doctor
Sent: Monday, January 30, 2017 12:14 PM
To: liberationtech
Subject: Re: [liberationtech] DRL Internet Freedom pages hit the memory hole

https://www.humanrights.gov/dyn/issues/internet-freedom.html is showing up right now.  I did a quick visual comparison to the latest copy at the Archive, and they seem to match up.

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On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 8:32 AM, Griffin Boyce <griffin at cryptolab.net<mailto:griffin at cryptolab.net>> wrote:
Hi all,

  This morning, a colleague visited the DRL website only to find that the content had been deleted.  I checked another page and found it had was no longer available.

- https://www.state.gov/netfreedom/index.htm
- https://www.humanrights.gov/issues/internet-freedom/

  So... yeah... That's bad.  =(  Guess the fascists figured out this whole "free speech" thing wasn't working out for them.

~Griffin

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