Netalitica has set up test lists for entire regions. They offer the opportunity to determine the accessibility of online platforms that are popular across multiple countries in a given geographical location. Sometimes, regional powers are involved in geo-political rivalry that manifests itself into blocking each other websites. In other instances, countries may lack well developed websites of their own in a given are (e.g. social media). Often in such cases, local users flock to platforms developed by neighbouring states because they share similar languages and/or cultural norms. Using regional lists will provide you with greater opportunity to test for censorship in a given state than using the test list for that state alone. You can download here the regional lists for MENA, CIS, Latin America and Africa.