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Internet Filtering Across Europe Poses Threat to Freedom of Speech


In a new report by the Council of Europe, it has been revealed that some EU member states maybe preventing the access of online information, which could impact human rights and freedom of expression.

The publication of the study, which contains 47 country reports and a comparative assessment, analyzes legal framework in various areas including child abuse, national security, protection of intellectual property rights, deformation and unlawful processing of personal data across the Council of Europe member states.

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