Not Everyone Can be Social

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Over 25.3% of the worlds population who accesses the internet is affected by online censorship. In a recent 2010 study by OpenNet Initiative and Reporters with out borders discovered that there are 12 countries in particular whose governments have established some type of online censorship.
Source of infographic: Internet Censorship Report
Written by Cid Carver

Cid is a contributing columnist to Socialnomics helping to give a Generation Y and Z perspective on digital trends.


2 responses to “Not Everyone Can be Social

  1. If things doesn’t change, soon we’ll have to add Spain to this infographic 😦

  2. Very interesting, it will be really fascinating to watch what happens if Mark Z makes headway in China…..

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