Virtual Library Provides a Voice for Censured Journalists

This virtual library is not in Second Life, but rather in Minecraft.

As governments around the globe crack down on journalistic freedom and censor their national press, Reporters Without Borders is working to deliver uncensored news to the public through an unlikely channel: an enormous library housed inside the popular block-building video game Minecraft.

 

The stories are contained within books housed within the virtual library.  (An added bonus is that this library is not closed by the Coronavirus.)

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