The Filtering Matrix: Filtering and Surveillance Practices Worldwide

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Internet content filtering is a term that refers to the techniques by which control is imposed on access to information on the Internet. The motivations for statedirected Internet filtering include those with: a specific emphasis on ecommerce (tax, copyright, VoIP); a specific emphasis on children: child pornography, violence; a specific emphasis on content.
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The Filtering Matrix: Filtering and Surveillance Practices Worldwide

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