Christophe Deloire: Who Are the Enemies of the Internet?
: "Two billion people across the world now have access to the internet -- but for a third of them, that access is limited by government censorship, filtering and surveillance. The Internet's founders saw it as a place of freedom, a place where anyone could exchange information and ideas, a place that went beyond borders. That model is now under threat -- in a battle without bombs or bullets. And the future of freedom of information is at stake."
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