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[liberationtech] ONI Summarized Global Internet Filtering Data Now Available for Download

Will Doherty wild at willdoherty.org
Thu Nov 3 09:23:07 PDT 2011


Dear Masashi Nishihata,

How can the OpenNet Initiative report document on a chart that there 
is "no evidence" of "Social" filtering in the United States when the 
report itself lists the effects of filtering technologies mandated by 
the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)?

Sincerely,

Will Doherty
Online Policy Group

At 09:02 AM 11/3/2011, you wrote:
>The OpenNet Initiative is pleased to announce the availability of our
>summarized global Internet filtering data as a downloadable CSV file
>under a Creative Commons license. The data provides an overview of the
>most recent ONI ratings of the breadth and depth of Internet censorship
>in seventy-four countries across four content categories (political,
>social, Internet tools and conflict/security). This release makes ONI
>data more accessible to researchers, journalists, and data mash-up
>developers.
>
>The data is available on ourresearch<http://opennet.net/research>page
>(http://opennet.net/sites/opennet.net/files/ONI_data-20111102.zip
><http://opennet.net/research>), along with adescription of our
>methodology
>(http://opennet.net/sites/opennet.net/files/ONIDatareadme_Nov%202011.pdf)
>
>This release is in part timed for Hack4Transparency
>(http://www.euhackathon.eu/)being held November 8-9, 2011 in Brussels as
>part of ONI support for the event.
>
>We are excited to see what the community does with this data and invite
>feedback and suggestions for future releases.
>
>See Orginal blog post here: 
>http://opennet.net/blog/2011/11/oni-summarized-global-internet-filtering-data-now-available-download
>
>
>--
>Masashi Nishihata
>Research Manager, Citizen Lab
>Munk School of Global Affairs
>University of Toronto
>
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