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India has recorded the biggest year-on-year decline in online freedom of any country, with the US firmly planted in the chasing pack, according to not-for-profit Freedom House’s latest annual Freedom on the Net report. As the name suggests, the report examines trends in internet freedom in 60 countries across the globe, with …

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...and I have just 3 choices of ISP in my city

Does this mean I'm even less free?

(I used to have dozens)

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And if the Daily Wail would have it's way...

....we'd be number one!

Bloody foreigners, always trying to do better than us, we'll show them, quick form an orderly queue and lets have a mass grumble. Oh hold on it's Bin day, need to write a slightly coherent letter about how it bi-weekly next week.

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Re: And if the Daily Wail would have it's way...

I posted the last comment and it made little sense at the end, even to me. Quick, Jeeves, bring me my Earl Grey.

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10th? I thought we would be a step above China!

Good news though that this report can be used to send to our MP's and point out that while they still consider us 'free' we're slipping down the slope..

IMHO if we are not joint 1st we are clearly doing something wrong!

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This is a definition of 'free' that I haven't previously encountered. Free-ish; and that's my final offer.

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I'd love to know

Why did they not rank Canada?

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Re: I'd love to know

It's in the "no data" category , but that just raises the question of why there is no data. I certainly didn't notice any thought police hanging around on my last few trips up North.

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Re: I'd love to know

Your lack of noticing us has been noted.

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Re: I'd love to know

You can't note a lack of noticing because there wasn't one. In the comments, anyway.

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Hang on - in India it's illegal to 'like' a post that's annoying? They're going to have to throw the whole country in jail if they follow through on that one...

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