We know that open access to Internet content is not available to all residents in every country around the world. But where is censorship the worst?
In a controversial research study of this topic, Jeremy Bender reports the following for Business Insider. DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE? WHY?
“Internet censorship and limitations on online speech are an unfortunate fact of life around the world. In 2014, Reporters without Borders designated 19 countries as “enemies of the internet,” including the United States and Great Britain. According to the organization, these countries all engaged in forms of online censorship, ranging from the UK carrying out a distributed denial of service attack against Anonymous to North Korea having building its own internal Internet and walling its citizens off from the global Web.”
“The infographic from George Washington University’s Master’s in Paralegal Studies Online program visualizes the various forms that Internet censorship can take around the globe.”