Internet regulation: The need for more transparent Internet filtering systems and improved measurement of public opinion on Internet filtering by Nikolaos Koumartzis & Andreas Veglis

Abstract: All around the world, the phenomenon of Internet regulation is on the rise as more and more countries implement such policies, from Asian authoritarian regimes to Western democracies. At the same time, the great majority of Internet users are not aware that they access a filtered version of World Wide Web due to the “non-transparent” policy of many governments, something that results to a very dangerous precedent for the future of the Internet.

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