Online journalists/bloggers are being jailed in increasing numbers worldwide. Lest you think it only happens [over there], read this article from The Committee to Protect Journalists.

Internet fuels rise in number of jailed journalists

http://cpj.org/reports/2006/12/imprisoned-06.php

“The United States has imprisoned two journalists without charge or trial: Associated Press photographer Bilal Hussein, now held for eight months in Iraq without due process; and Al-Jazeera cameraman Sami al-Haj, jailed five years and now held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

“In Cuba and in China, journalists are often jailed after summary trials and held in miserable conditions far from their families. But the cruelty and injustice of imprisonment is compounded where there is zero due process and journalists slip into oblivion. In Eritrea, the worst abuser in this regard, there is no check on authority and it is unclear whether some jailed journalists are even alive,” Simon added.”
Read full article here:
http://cpj.org/reports/2006/12/imprisoned-06.php