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Reporters Without Borders named main enemies of the Internet

Reporters Without Borders named main enemies of the Internet

On Tuesday, March 12, World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, organization “Reporters Without Borders” published a list that contains five countries, which are the most active in cyber espionage and are the main enemies of the Internet.

The list consists of Syria, China, Iran, Bahrain and Vietnam. « Surveillance in these countries targets dissidents and has grown in recent months. Cyber-attacks and intrusions, including the use of malware against dissidents and their networks, are on the increase», - the report claims.

Organization experts stated that in Syria about 22 journalists and 18 internet users were arrested after being spied on. In Iran this number is smaller. Thus, in the state only 20 internet users were arrested, while one was murdered.

According to the report, Bahrain and China are also considered as being enemies of the Internet. This is due to the fact that their governments have recently taken measures to strengthen control over the activity of Web users.

As surveillance hardware and software provided by companies based in democratic countries is being used to commit grave human rights violations, and as the leaders of these countries say they condemn violations of online freedom of expression, it is time they took firm measures. Above all, they should impose strict controls on the export of digital arms to countries that flout fundamental rights.

There is also a list of five companies that are major enemies of the Internet. They are: Gamma, Trovicor, Hacking Team, Amesys and Blue Coat.

Full report of Reporters Without Borders you may find here.

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