[Air-L] Anglican Ministry in Second Life
scbr at sinectis.com.ar
Mon Dec 10 19:21:23 PST 2007
It may be possible that is not THIS site the one that is censored but
wordpress, the main site that allows the creation of this and other sites
(blogs). Check out if you can access www.wordpress.com and that will let you
know if it is this site the one censored or if it is the "hosting".
This was what happened in China at some point (not sure if is still
happening) with Blogger. They just cut the access to anything in Blogger as
a way to cut access to blogs and to the 'national production' of blogs,
therefore of true free press.
Let us know if it is just this site of all wordpress...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ertug Altinay" <realtinay at yahoo.com>
To: <air-l at listserv.aoir.org>
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 5:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Air-L] Anglican Ministry in Second Life
> Dear Revd Brown and everyone,
> When I tried to open the link
> http://slangcath.wordpress.com/ I realized that it is
> one of the thousands of websites that have been banned
> in Turkey. The notorious censorship on radio,
> television and newspapers has recently started to take
> over the net as well. I am very curious about the
> content of the website and the possible reasons for
> censorship. I have to admit that I also wanted to
> share my deep concern.
> --- Mark Brown <mbrownsky at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I lead the Anglican Ministry in Second Life which
>> over a short period of time has grown to 5 church
>> services a week and more than 300 members. It is
>> doing something very unusual within the church,
>> constructive and effective engagement with the
>> internet. I am looking for someone interested in
>> undertaking some research to assist in documenting
>> and analyzing this unusual fledgling programme.
>> For background information see:
>> In Christ,
>> Revd Mark Brown
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