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    Report: Internet Freedom Declines Worldwidei
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    December 04, 2014 9:55 AM
    A new survey shows that Internet freedom has declined around the world for the fourth consecutive year, as a growing number of countries impose various forms of online censorship and monitoring practices. Rights group Freedom House on Thursday issued an annual report that says more people are being arrested for their Internet activities than ever before, and online media outlets are increasingly pressured to comply with government requests for data or deletions. Zlatica Hoke has more.

    Report: Internet Freedom Declines Worldwide

    Published December 04, 2014

    A new survey shows that Internet freedom has declined around the world for the fourth consecutive year, as a growing number of countries impose various forms of online censorship and monitoring practices. Rights group Freedom House on Thursday issued an annual report that says more people are being arrested for their Internet activities than ever before, and online media outlets are increasingly pressured to comply with government requests for data or deletions. Zlatica Hoke has more.


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