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A common standard for describing fiber infrastructure makes it easier for regulators and policymakers to accurately assess the true extent and resiliency of their fiber optic networks.
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Measuring Internet Censorship Without Volunteers or Vantage Points
Authoritarian regimes often censor websites for those within their borders, threatening free and open communication on the Internet. Measuring what is blocked, how censors operate, and how censorship changes over time is essential to understanding and circumventing these censorship efforts. Unfortunately, it is challenging to measure such things, particularly in countries that restrict researchers’ ability […]
IMC’23 Hackathon on Network Interference Using Open Data
Internet censorship and shutdown events have become increasingly common in many countries — in the last 12 months, the Internet Society’s Pulse Shutdown Tracker has recorded 94 shutdown events. When analyzing Internet censorship and shutdown events, Internet Society curates data from multiple datasets, including OONI, Google Transparency Report, and Cloudflare. Each dataset provides a unique […]