The Internet and State Intervention in Asia: A Comparative Study of Selected Countries

Published By: eSS, Mumbai, India | Published Date: April, 17 , 2015

In context of contemporary debates about censorship, net neutrality and the role of the state in today’s globalising world, it becomes vital to examine the stand taken by various Asian governments towards a free and uncensored internet. This report presents a comparison of twelve Asian countries: Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, South Korea and Sri Lanka, and briefly explores the role of these governments in cyberspace.

Author(s): Nandini Bhattacharya, Rituparna Dutta, Radhika Chakraborty, Aakriti Singh | Posted on: Apr 17, 2015 | Views() | Download (421)


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