Survey of Government Internet Filtering Practices
May 17, 2007 | Press Release | Technology in the Public Interest

Twenty-five countries around the world out of 41 countries surveyed block or filter Internet content, indicating a global trend towards Internet censorship, according to the first year of a global survey of Internet filtering techniques by governments released today by the OpenNet Initiative, a partnership among groups at four leading global universities: Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard, and Toronto, funded by MacArthur.

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