Internet Regulation: Measuring public opinion around the world

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Internet regulation is a phenomenon on the rise worldwide. Such systems are already implemented in many countries with both authoritarian regimes (i.e. China and Saudi Arabia) and democratic governments (i.e. UK and Germany).
Despite the fact that such systems are in an extensive use today, current surveys shows that quite few citizens are aware of their existence and how they influence their everyday life. The main reason behind this is that «silent» implementation is being preferred by many governments around the globe. To tackle this disturbing issue, a very active academic community has already been formed observing the phenomenon and publishing country reviews regularly in order to raise public awareness.
This survey is part of this global effort to measure the public opinion regarding the implementation of Internet regulation policies and systems in national, company, university and family level. If you are willing to participate, please do so with the appropriate responsibility.