24 October 2002 WASHINGTON, 24 October (Eurasianet)–The U.S. Congress is considering legislation that would attempt to counter efforts by repressive governments, including those in the Caucasus and Central Asia, to restrict public access to information. The measures focus on electronic media, noting that “unrestricted access to news and information on the Internet is a check […]

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