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Human Rights Internet Censorship Dashboards for South-East Asia

The project will create a website dashboard service that displays the current and past Internet censorship state of News Media, Political Criticism, Religion, Sex Education and Social Networks for Southeast Asian countries with censorship measurement data backed from Open Observatory for Network Interference (OONI) API. The dashboard will serve as an open source template that can be used in other parts of the world.

Funding to date

2017
$33 240
6 months
Total funding: 
$33 240
Countries: 
Malaysia Cambodia Myanmar Thailand Indonesia Vietnam
Core issues: 
Awareness of access
Current project status
  • Just an Idea (Pre-alpha)
  • It Exists! (Alpha/Beta)
  • It's basically done. (Release)
  • People Use It. (Production)
Regions
South-East Asia
We wrote about it
Objectives
Research
Deploying technology
Beneficiaries
General public
Activists
Journalists
Advocacy groups/NGOs
Government
Addressed problems
Restrictive Internet filtering by technical methods (IP blocking, DNS filtering, TCP RST, DPI, etc.)
Blocking, filtering, or modification of political, social, and/or religious content (including apps)
Technology focus
User interface/experience
Web API/Mobile application (serverside)