This is an excellent article written by Charlie Osborne. It’s an important topic, to put accessing the open Internet into proper perspective for you. Depending on where you are in the world, gaining access to the open internet can be a challenge. It is also noteworthy to mention that depending on your online activities, you could face scrutiny.
From the article.
Censorship, cyberbullying, social media-based political uprisings, access to information — the “open” Internet and freedom are often hampered by laws and legislation, for good or ill.
From the block of torrent websites in the U.K. by Internet service providers to the jailing of bloggers in China, every country has its own battle between government and freedom activists over the online sphere.
But where are the best and worst places to access the Internet?
Read the rest of the article here.
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