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Internet Censorship

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The May 2006 issue of The Atlantic Monthly has a subscriber accessible only article on Internet censorship around the world. Fortunately, the accompanying map in pdf format is freely available. The cartography isn’t so great but the content and message are interesting. Countries like the United States get a less than best rating because companies based in there have cooperated with repressive regimes in restricting Internet access.

By way of Coming Anarchy

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