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[liberationtech] tracking government internet blocking

Robert Guerra rguerra at privaterra.org
Sat Aug 15 20:37:33 PDT 2015


Tanya,

You ask a good question… likely many will answer on the list.

Let me provide a list of a few resources that could be of interest.


Herdict is a user-driven platform for identifying web blockages as they 
happen
www.herdict.org/

Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI)
A free software, global observation network for detecting censorship, 
surveillance and traffic manipulation on the internet
https://ooni.torproject.org/

The OpenNet Initiative - a collaborative project that concluded in 2014 
that was a pioneer in documenting internet censorship and internet 
controls.
https://opennet.net/

The Access series represents three edited volumes published by the 
OpenNet Initiative and MIT Press that document nearly a decade of 
extensive technical and in-field research on the trends and patterns 
shaping information controls around the world.
http://access.opennet.net/

I’ll let others share other resources and tools…

regards

Robert
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On 15 Aug 2015, at 22:18, Tanya Rabourn wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I know several of you monitor Internet blocking and other interference 
> by governments, so I have a couple questions for you. Is there a site 
> somewhere that gives up-to-the minute information about who is 
> blocking what? Is there a guide that outlines how to use tools for 
> monitoring blocking or bandwidth throttling (including tools for use 
> *inside* the country)?
>
> Thanks!
>
> -Tanya
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> User Experience Designer
> Doctoral Candidate, The University of Texas at Austin
> tanya.rabourn at gmail.com
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