A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTERNET CENSORSHIP

An anonymous reader suggests we visit the home of the watchdog group Global Integrity for a breakdown of online censorship: "Using data from the Global Integrity Index, we put a US court's recent order to block access to anti-corruption site Wikileaks.org into context. In summary: This is unheard of in the West, and has only been seen in a handful of the most repressive regimes. Good thing it doesn't work very well... The whole event seems to encapsulate the constant criticism of governance in the United States: that the government has been captured by corporate interests, and that the world-leading rule of law and technocratic mechanisms in place can be hijacked to serve as tools for narrow, wealthy interests."

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTERNET CENSORSHIP

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTERNET CENSORSHIP

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Originally by kdawson from Slashdot: Politics on February 19, 2008, 10:30pm

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