e-OTI: The Internet Society and Developing Countries

  The Internet Society and Developing Countries By George Sadowsky sadowsky@nyu.edu All countries of the world are faced with substantial numbers of major challenges. Among them are the provision for their inhabitants of good health, adequate education, opportunities for advancement, adequate housing, employment, sufficient income to meet material needs, a sense of personal security within... Continue Reading →


Iran | OpenNet Initiative

  Published on 16/Jun/2009 The Islamic Republic of Iran continues to expand and consolidate its technical filtering system, which is among the most extensive in the world. A centralized system for Internet filtering has been implemented that augments the filtering conducted at the Internet service provider (ISP) level. Iran now employs domestically produced technology for... Continue Reading →

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