Access -- https://www.accessnow.org/
Access is a global movement premised on the belief that political participation and the realization of human rights in the 21st century is increasingly dependent on access to the internet and other forms of technology.
Electronic Privacy Information Center - http://www.epic.org/
EPIC is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values.
International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX) - http://ifex.org/
FEX is a global network of independent watchdogs that monitors free expression violations around the world, including Internet censorship and attacks on journalists and bloggers.
Olympic Watch: Human Rights in China and Beijing 2008 - http://www.olympicwatch.org/
Monitors and campaigns for human rights and democracy in China before the 2008 Olympics. Freedom of speech and access to information are among its key points of interest.
Censorware - http://censorware.net/
This is a site maintained be four people fighting against internet censorship. Includes an article about a researcher's experiences with filtering while in Saudi Arabia and a link to a report about it.
Rebecca MacKinnon's China's Censorship 2.0: How Companies Censor Bloggers
The Year in Review is the OpenNet Initiative's annual collection of the year's top instances of filtering, surveillance, and information warfare around the globe.
- 2010 Year in Review | ONI Releases 2010 Year in Review
- 2009 Year in Review | ONI Releases 2009 Year in Review: Filtering, Surveillance, Information Warfare
- 2008 Year in Review
- 2007 Year in Review
Professor John Palfrey's Testimony to Congress on Internet Filtering and Surveillance
Blockpage.com is a site put together by Nart Villeneuve to collect and distribute screenshots of blockpages found around the world.
Documentation of Internet Filtering Worldwide by Jonathan Zittrain and Benjamin Edelman