France and Libya drop furthest in internet freedom rankings


Restrictions on online activities imposed after January's Charlie Hebdo attacks have contributed to France's decline in rankings, says report.

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China leads the list of worst offenders in a new report documenting the decline of Internet freedom around the world in the past year — but surveillance and the role of tech companies are driving debate in all countries, the authors said, reports NBC News.