Internet Censorship Measurement
Internet censorship is broadly defined as blocking access to websites, Internet outages and shutdowns, online trolling and self-censorship online. Netalitica focuses on investigating Internet blocking occurring on the network level such as blocking of websites and applications by local Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

Updated Test Lists

Netalitica has updated the test lists for 48 known rivals of Internet freedom from Asia, Africa, MENA, CIS and Latin America.

Regional Test List 

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.

Custom Test Lists

Find here curated test lists and methodologies to examine specific features of Internet censorship regimes around the world.