Eritrea and North Korea Are World's Most Censored Countries, Advocacy Group Says

By: Rick Gladstone of the New York Times

With all of the improvements in technology and social media today, it is easier than never to express one's thoughts, opinions, and feelings to the public. This is often taken for granted. 

Some countries such as Eritrea and North Korea heavily censor its citizens. Journalists and news reporters are often terrified of possibly insulting the president , which could quickly mean their imprisonment or even death.

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Glenn Moss

600 days ago

With all the flaws America has, and especially in seeking to live up to the standards of freedom we profess and often abuse, a remaining truth and distinction is the right and ability to speak, print, post and share an idea or opinion. It is a right all too rarely in reach around the world.

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