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'Over half of world's population hit by Net censorship in 2022'

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Surfshark, in its yearly internet censorship recap, reported 112 internet censorship cases in 2022 across 32 countries. The report states that Asia accounts for nearly half (47%) of all new cases. Internet censorship remains a common technique used by governments in temporarily isolating citizens from the outside world, the report stated. The report states 11 Asian countries imposed new internet disruptions in 2022, bringing a total of 58 cases. India’s Jammu & Kashmir region has the highest disruption count (24), followed by Iran (11).


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