How Internet Censorship Works

How Internet Censorship Works

How Internet Censorship Works

Even some Free World governments block access to certain Web pages and services like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

See also: Censorship as Strategy

Information may want to be free, but a lot of governments feel otherwise. Internet censorship is a global issue with huge ramifications for business, political speech, and personal liberty. Authorities use a variety of methods to block, filter and hide data. Here's an overview of how Internet censorship works.

Samuel Greengard is a freelance writer for Baseline.

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