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There are no Internet cafés and the Web is only accessible through certain companies and international organisations. Even when connected, it is only to a censored version of the Internet.
1. True or false?
access to opposition websites.
4. China is the world’s biggest prison for cyber-dissidents.
5. In Cuba to go online one must have a special permission.
6. An access to the Internet is limited in Iran, Saudi Arabia to protect citizens from content that is offensive or violates Islamic principles and social standards.
7. In Tunisia people have some prohibited sites but have great opportunities in e-mailing.
8. In Turkmenistanpeople can use the Internet only at home asthere are no Internet cafés and the Web is accessible only through certain companies.
9. A lot of cyber-dissidents are thrown in prison in Iran, Libya, the Maldives, Syria and Vietnam.
10. Some countries follow the Chinese method of controlling the Internet.
2. There are not only” enemy-countries” but there are also “countries to watch”. The “countries to watch” do not have much in common with the "enemies of the Internet." The plight of a Chinese Internet user, who risks prison by mentioning human rights in an online forum, does not compare with the situation of a user in France or the United States. Yet many countries that have so far respected online freedom seem these days to want to control the Internet more. Their often laudable aims include fighting terrorism, paedophilia and Internet-based crime, but the measures sometimes threaten freedom of expression.
Go on http://www.rsf.org/The-15-enemies-of-the-Internet-and.html and find the information about these countries. Make a report.
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