internet censorshipPart of the unique beauty of the Internet is that enables every day users to share their views to a worldwide audience and have their voice heard.

In 2010, China locked horns with Google in condemning the search engine giant’s decision to lift censorship and redirect users based in mainland China to its unrestricted site in Hong kong. The same year Google threatened to abandon the Chinese market after a number of cyber attacks were traced back to China. (1)

However, it seems that it is not only China that is requesting Internet surveillance and censorship. More>> Google Reports Internet Censorship Government Efforts Surge 70 Percent