China Ranks Last of 65 Nations in Internet Freedom

China ranks last in the world for openness among countries studied in a new report on Internet freedom by a prominent American pro-democracy group.The report, “Freedom on the Net 2015,” the latest such annual study by the group, Freedom House, lists the many ways in which China is restricting free access to the Internet, from strengthening its Great Firewall system of website censorship to criminalizing some kinds of Internet speech. China had the worst score of 65 nations, behind Iran, Cuba and Myanmar. (North Korea was not included in the report.)

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