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According to a recent research on the use of the internet, online freedom around the world has declined for the sixth consecutive year. The report titled ‘Freedom on the Net 2016 – Silencing the Messenger, Communication Apps Under Pressure’ added that two out of every three internet users – 67% – live in countries where online activities are largely censored. The research was carried out by Freedom House, ‘‘an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world.’‘ It looked at 65 countries across the world and how they related to the use of the internet. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Governments are increasingly going after messaging applications like WhatsApp and Telegram, which can spread information quickly and securely. The final report ranked countries on three main levels. ‘‘Free, Partly Free, Not Free.’‘ On a scale of 0 – 100, scores of 0 – 30 (Not Free), 31 – 60 (Partly Free) and 61 – 100 (Free), represented the three rankings respectively. On the global scale, of the 65 countries, 17 were classified ‘Free’, 28 were ‘Partly Free’ and the remaining twenty were classed ‘Not Free.’ Four African countries made it to that rank. An closer look at Africa’s candidates. In all, 16 African countries were surveyed by the Freedom House team. The regional spread are as follows: Five in North
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