Freedom House has released a report
of its key findings on Internet freedom. The report, which focuses
primarily on filtering and surveillance, ranked a number of countries
from "free" to "not free" based on accessibility, filtering, and
Estonia ranked as the country with the most Internet freedom, while
Cuba received the lowest score. Fifteen countries were studied. CONTINUED...
If you want to learn even more about how open the Internet is in your region and around the world, check out Herdict Web, where you can see what websites are inaccessible, where they are inaccessible, and for how long--and report inaccessibility yourself.