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@OpenNet Initiative #Yemen – breaking the monopoly on #Internet 2009

Internet filtering in the Republic of Yemen has begun to target political and news Web sites and continues to target a broad scope of pornography, GLBT content, and content that presents a critical view of Islam. Despite the wide range of content censored, however, the depth of filtering in Yemen is inconsistent; many users of Yemen’s primary Internet service providers (ISPs) do not experience filtering when the user licensing quota in the filtering software agreement is exceeded.

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