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China is one of the five countries on Reporters Without Borders' March 2013 list of "State Enemies of the Internet", countries whose governments are involved in active, intrusive surveillance of news providers, resulting in grave violations of freedom of information and human rights.
All Internet access in China is owned or controlled by the state or the Communist Party.
Balancing these factors, eight countries were rated as being 'endemic surveillance societies'.
Of these eight, China, Malaysia and Russia scored lowest, followed jointly by Singapore and the United Kingdom, then jointly by Taiwan, Thailand and the United States.
Bahrain is one of the five countries on Reporters Without Borders' March 2013 list of "State Enemies of the Internet", countries whose governments are involved in active, intrusive surveillance of news providers, resulting in grave violations of freedom of information and human rights.
The level of Internet filtering and surveillance in Bahrain is one of the highest in the world.
Besides the usual routing regulations that allow access to an IP address or a particular domain name to be blocked, the Great Firewall makes large-scale use of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology to monitor and block access based on keyword detection.
The Great Firewall has the ability to dynamically block encrypted connections.
Privacy International's 2007 survey, covering 47 countries, indicated that there had been an increase in surveillance and a decline in the performance of privacy safeguards, compared to the previous year.One of the country’s main ISPs, China Unicom, automatically cuts a connection as soon as it is used to transmit encrypted content.The monitoring system developed by China is not confined to the Great Firewall, monitoring is also built into social networks, chat services and Vo IP.And since March 2012, new legislation requires all new users of micro-blogging sites to register using their own name and telephone number.