Exploring Internet censorship through OONI data
OONI, or the Open Observatory of Network Interference, is a global community measuring Internet censorship since 2012. Through our free and open source apps, called [OONI Probe](https://ooni.org/install/), hundreds of thousands of users in almost every country around the world have contributed millions of network measurements, shedding light on cases of Internet censorship worldwide.
In 2018, the [Mozilla Open Source Support (MOSS)](https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/moss/) program funded the development of [OONI Explorer](https://explorer.ooni.org), a web based platform that enables you to explore and download OONI data. Now, OONI measurements collected from around the world are published on OONI Explorer in real-time, enabling the internet freedom community to track censorship events in real-time.
Through this workshop, participants will learn how to use OONI Explorer to investigate and discover evidence of Internet censorship worldwide.