Exploring the Design Space of Longitudinal Censorship Measurement Platforms

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Razaghpanah, Abbas; Li, Anke; Filastò, Arturo; Nithyanand, Rishab; Ververis, Vasilis; Scott, Will; Gill, Phillipa;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Computers and Society | Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture

Despite the high perceived value and increasing severity of online information controls, a data-driven understanding of the phenomenon has remained elusive. In this paper, we consider two design points in the space of Internet censorship measurement with particular emph... View more
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