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(Credit: Media.Gov.Lk)

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Mass Media and Information has been given the OK to create a registry of all news websites in Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka’s Internet newspaper Colombo Page reported.

Sri Lanka Mirror, a news website censored by Sri Lanka’s government, has also appealed the censorship, according to Salem-News.com. The website’s editor Kelum Shivantha claimed that since its site had been blocked, the site has lost traffic and its advertising income.

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