Slideshow: Mexicans push back against threat of internet censorship
Legislative changes to a telecommunications reform package have sparked protests on and offline in Mexico. Critics are concerned the law will allow the government to stifle free speech online in a country where much of the traditional press is subject to coercion, intimidation and even physical violence. A Mexico City march against a number of provisions in the new Telecommunications Law drew more than 1,000 demonstrators Thursday afternoon. FSRN reporter Andalusia Knoll interviewed one of the organizers and took these photos.
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