Internet Censorship Map



In an effort to counter the once borderless Internet, states are seeking to create informational boundaries in cyberspace. This is accomplished through a combination of technical and regulatory means — including laws, licensing regimes, industry self-regulation, national filtering, and content removal — thereby creating a matrix of controls.

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  1. I understand that you list countries according to the way they censor the internet. But seeing Cuba and Russia with the same color as France or the UK doesn’t make sense to me. I doubt that this kind of map can really summurize your research. I think it could lead people to make false assumptions about the level of Internet control around the world. Julien

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