Internet Censorship By Country

Internet censorship by country provides information on the types and levels of Internet censorship or filtering that is occurring in countries around the world.

Countries
Afghanistan · Algeria · Argentina · Armenia · Australia · Azerbaijan · Bahrain · Bangladesh · Belarus · Belgium · Brazil · Burma · Canada · Chile · China · Colombia · Croatia · Cuba · Czech Republic · Denmark · Egypt · Eritrea · Estonia · Ethiopia · Fiji · Finland · France · Gambia · Gaza and the West Bank · Georgia · Germany · Ghana · Hungary · Iceland · India · Indonesia · Iran · Iraq · Ireland · Israel · Italy · Japan · Jordan · Kazakhstan · Kenya · Kuwait · Kyrgyzstan · Laos · Latvia · Lebanon · Libya · Malawi · Malaysia · Mauritania · Mexico · Moldova · Morocco · Myanmar · Nepal · Netherlands · New Zealand · Nigeria · North Korea · Norway · Oman · Pakistan · Paraguay · Peru · Philippines · Poland · Qatar · Romania · Russia · Rwanda · Saudi Arabia · Singapore · Slovenia · South Africa · South Korea · Sri Lanka · Sudan · Sweden · Syria · Tajikistan · Thailand · Tunisia · Turkey · Turkmenistan · Uganda · Ukraine · United Arab Emirates · United Kingdom · United States · Uzbekistan · Venezuela · Vietnam · Yemen · Zimbabwe

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Censorship
Media regulation
    • Books
    • Films
  • Internet (circumvention)
    • Music
    • Post (mail)
    • Press
    • Radio
    • Speech and expression
    • Thought
    • Video games
Methods
    • Bleeping
    • Book burning
  • Broadcast delay
  • Burying of scholars
    • Censor bars
    • Chilling effect
    • Concision
    • Conspiracy of silence
  • Content-control software
  • Euphemism (minced oath)
    • Expurgation
    • Fogging
    • Gag order
    • Heckling
  • Internet police
    • Memory hole
    • National intranet
    • Newspaper theft
    • Pixelization
    • Prior restraint
    • Propoganda
    • Purge
    • Revisionism
  • Sanitization / redaction
    • Self-censorship
    • Speech code
    • Strategic lawsuit
    • Verbal offence
    • Whitewashing
    • Word filtering
Contexts
    • Blasphemy
    • Criminal
    • Ideological
    • Media bias
  • Moralistic fallacy
  • Naturalistic fallacy
    • Politics
    • Religion
  • Suppression of dissent
  • Systemic bias
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