Investigating Nation-state Internet Censorship Methods
Nation-states impose various levels of censorship on their Internet communications. As access to Internet resources has grown among the global population, some governments have demonstrated an increased willingness to filter content, throttle connections, or deny access to Internet resources within their sphere of influence. Researchers, policymakers, and civil liberty advocates need an understanding of the technical means that Internet censors implement. This work presents a research framework that provides a worldwide view of nation-state Internet censorship, derived from Internet measurement data and systematic literature review.