The Open Observatory of Network Interference

The Open Observatory of Network Interference

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A free software project which aims to detect internet censorship, traffic manipulation and signs of surveillance around the world through the collection and processing of network measurements.

Kenya's Internet Is Largely Free From Censorship, A Five-Month Study On Access And Online Activity Has Shown

Over the last five months, the Open Observatory of Network Interference ran OONI tests in Kenya to examine whether internet censorship events were occurring in the country. Hundreds of thousands of network measurements were collected and analysed. 1,357 URLs were tested for censorship, including both international websites and sites