अनिल एकलव्य ⇔ Anil Eklavya

July 25, 2008

Access Denied (Arbitrarily, or May be Not)

Filed under: Absurd,Flickr,Google,Network,Rants and Raves,So It Goes,Work — anileklavya @ 8:36 am

Have been getting these quite frequently over the last few days:

Access Denied (Flickr)


Access Denied (Google)

There have been many others, but I can’t post them all here, of course.

Here is a book from the MIT Press about such things.



  1. Hey, I love the fact that you ve posted some screenshots of banned access.
    Where were you surfing from?
    I am writing a final thesis project on how the future of journalism professionals is afftected by web 2.0 practices. You can check out my blog here:
    (Click) Media- Web 2.0 Tools for Journalists

    Drop a line on my blog if it might be of your interest to collaborate with me in some way on my blog, by providing some information on your censorship experience etc.

    Take care,


    Comment by aroundthemedia — July 26, 2008 @ 12:48 am | Reply

  2. hey thanks for answering on my blog.
    so lets try and do something useful here :)
    it would be nice if you could send me some info about you, so i can know more about what is your standpoint for when it comes to internet censorship, your location, background, some material you have etc.
    it would be ideal to come up with a guest article on my blog, or a joint post on this topic.

    let me know what you think, best,


    Comment by aroundthemedia — July 27, 2008 @ 8:03 am | Reply

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