By Ronald Deibert,John Palfrey,Rafal Rohozinski, et al.MIT Press|MIT Press||Adult NonfictionPoliticsLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 05.06.2012Street date: 05.06.2012
A learn of net blocking off and filtering all over the world: analyses through prime researchers and survey effects that record filtering practices in dozens of nations.
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Lawrence Lessig, Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace (New York: Basic Books, 1999), 53–54. 1 Measuring Global Internet Filtering Robert Faris and Nart Villeneuve The Scope and Depth of Global Internet Filtering In this chapter, we set out to provide an overview of the data regarding Internet filtering that the OpenNet Initiative1 has gathered over the past year. Empirical testing for Internet blocking was carried out in forty countries in 2006. 1). This does not imply that only these countries filter the Internet.
IP blocking is effective in blocking the intended target and no new equipment needs to be purchased. It can be implemented in an instant; all the required technology and expertise is readily available. Depending on the network infrastructure within the country it may also be possible to block at or near the international gateways so that the blocking is uniform across ISPs. 3 Blocking techniques IP blocking DNS tampering Blockpage Keyword Azerbaijan X X Bahrain X X China X X EthiopiaX IndiaXX Iran XX JordanX LibyaX Myanmar X Oman X PakistanXX Saudi Arabia X Singapore X South KoreaXXX Sudan X Syria X Thailand X Tunisia X United Arab Emirates X Uzbekistan* X Vietnam XX Yemen X X Blocking behavior included in this table may include international gateway level filtering, and filtering techniques used by different ISPs.
We put this forward as a measure of the scope of Internet filtering in each country. ) The vertical axis depicts the comprehensiveness of filtering efforts as measured by the highest degree of content blocked in any of the topical categories. This captures a markedly different angle on filtering. If the breadth of filtering represents the ambition of censors to limit information related to a range of topics, the depth of filtering measures the success in actually blocking content. This might correspond to the level of sophistication of the filtering regime and amount of resources devoted to the endeavor, or it may be a reflection of the resolve and political will to shut down large sections of the Internet.
Access Denied. The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering by Ronald Deibert,John Palfrey,Rafal Rohozinski, et al.MIT Press|MIT Press||Adult NonfictionPoliticsLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 05.06.2012Street date: 05.06.2012