Ok, though I don't live in Morocco, the fact that they are blocking youtube.com and paltalk.com(black(basic/free) nicknames) there bugs me. The censorship doesn't effect me directly, but does effect me through my boyfriend who can no longer view videos on Youtube or talk to me with audio on Paltalk, therefore I am going to add my support to those who are standing against censorship in Morocco and add this image to my site.I haven't had the time to read enough about the issue to really say anything knowledgeable, because I have been out of town, so I will give you the link to the site where I first learned about it.
Jill at The Morocco Report was who's post I read first and then also Morocco Time pointed it out. I learned from Habibi, who hadn't realized it until I told him, that indeed it was true and in addition to the sites mentioned by Jill, Paltalk was blocked as well. It's frustrating for him I'm sure because he used Paltalk for audio with me, as I mentioned above, and also to chat with various other Moroccans who live around the world. It's very unfair that anyone living in Morocco would have to deal with this. So as I said, I add my support to those against it, even if I, living here in the US, cannot really make much of a difference.
You can sign the petition to stop Internet censorship in Morocco *here*