Current State Of Freedom On The Internet (Infographic)

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15 Responses

  1. Michael Rodriguez says:

    It’s amazing to see that Africa and South America are leading the way in internet freedom, where the US and mush of Europe, who pride themselves on democratic freedom, are actually part of the problem with (pending) legislation to block websites for “national security” and/or combating online piracy purposes. The internet, by it’s very nature, should always be free of censorship.

  2. mw_a says:

    That is NOT the CURRENT state of freedom on the Internet !!!

    are you aware of a revolution that took place in Tunisia ? (if no, check the news) to say the least, CURRENTLY, Tunisia sould be in blue on that infographic (or at worse in yellow) !!!

  3. C.J. says:

    Great infographic, nice work. Nice to see how were being held back even on the web now.

  4. dude says:

    Africa and South America are not leading the way in internet freedom, they just dont have the ability or dont care enough to censor the internet.

  5. Justin Case says:

    Whoever put Venezuela as a country with no internet censorship has no clue and totally invalidates the whole graph.

  6. bleh? says:

    actually Egypt is not censoring the internet at-all , u can browse anything in here , facebook , twitter , CNN , anything googled even porn … internet was only censored for 2 weeks during the revolution.

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  8. Toena Ils says:

    I don’t think the Tunisian revolution should be automatically assumed to have result in internet freedom?

  9. tbrooks says:

    How is this graph even valid? Reporters without Borders currently has Cuba and Venezuela on its “cyber watchlist” for censorship. http://knightcenter.utexas.edu/blog/cuba-venezuela-reporters-without-borders-cyber-censorship-watch-list

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