Definition Edit

Internet freedom is the principle that people should be free to express themselves online without censorship and content regulation.

U.S. Department of State Edit

"Since 2008, the Department of State has spent $100 million to promote Internet freedom worldwide. These efforts included increasing public awareness of online censorship, developing and providing circumvention technologies that allow users access to blocked sites and censored information, protecting sites from distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks, and offering Internet literacy training for civil society groups."[1]

References Edit

  1. Internet Freedom and Political Space, at xi.

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