Interested in measuring Internet censorship and contributing open data?
Join our booth at the IGF 2020 Village to learn about OONI's measurement tools and open data resource on Internet censorship.
Since 2012, the Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) has built free and open source software with the aim of empowering decentralized efforts in increasing transparency of Internet censorship around the world.
To this end, we:
- Build free measurement tools for detecting Internet censorship. Measure Internet censorship anywhere by running OONI Probe.
- Openly publish censorship measurement data from around the world in real-time. Explore OONI data and discover censorship events around the world. OONI Explorer provides a web interface for searching through measurements, and the OONI API enables you to perform your own analysis of OONI data.
- Publish research reports on censorship events worldwide. Based on our analysis of OONI data, we regularly publish reports that document Internet censorship events around the world.
Thanks to OONI Probe users around the world, millions of network measurements have been collected and openly published from more than 200 countries since 2012.
Join our booth to learn more about OONI and get involved.
We look forward to your questions and feedback!
To reach us, you can:
* Send us an email at [email protected]
* Join us on the OONI Slack channel (we're there everyday!)