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Sri Lanka - Censored website's editor talks about media control

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders deplores the action of two Sri Lankan Internet Service Providers in blocking access to the independent news website Lanka-e-News and calls on them to explain themselves. If they are doing it at the government's behest, they have become accomplices to state censorship. The site has been inaccessible since 18 October. “This decision by Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) and Dialog Axiata PLC to block the Lanka-e-News site reflects the increase in censorship in Sri Lanka,” (...)

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