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A New Wave of Filtering in Tunisia

This morning, Global Voices Advocacy shared evidence of increasing filtering in Tunisia in a new article.  The new wave of crackdowns is reportedly targeting major social websites, video-sharing websites, blog aggregators, blogs, and Facebook pages and profiles.  According to the article, video-sharing sites have been hit hardest: Last week, on April 22, 2010, Tunisia has […]

Understanding our users

We’re about to launch a research project, running for the next couple weeks–we want feedback about how and why you use Herdict. Through interviews, we hope to better understand how our international user base interact with accessibility and access issues, in addition to gaining insight that will help us create a better Herdict in the […]

Tweet your reports to Herdict

Here at Herdict, one of the questions we’ve been asking ourselves is how can we continue to collect reports if Herdict, itself, gets blocked.  Today, we’re proud to announce two new ways to report website inaccessibility to Herdict. The first is via Twitter.  Just tweet your report to @HerdictReport (or @NardictReport). The second is via […]

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