Cyberspace became a new weapon in the war for
freedom of information.
After being shut down, B92 broadcast over the Internet
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"They have tried to control us, but we were really fast,"
said Drazen Pantic, B92 Internet director. "We opened
something that didn't exist."
The station's ingenuity generated more publicity than B-92 could have imagined, and 51 hours after its airwaves went black, Radio B-92 was reinstated ...
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