On the occasion of the World Day against Cyber ​​Censorship, Reporters Without Borders today publishes the 2014 edition of its “Internet Enemies” on the site http://12mars.rsf.org . This document reveals the secrets of institutions, within states, implement repression and violations of freedom of information online. 

Institutional practices “Internet Enemies” must be reported and known to many. This is the condition that international institutions, including the United Nations and Europe, will take up these issues and legislate to stop it. 

Reporters Without Borders urges Internet users around the world to join this initiative. 

Get Involved! 
 Sign up for the online campaign launched on March 12 by Reporters Without Borders, to make your voice heard 
• interpellez on social networks, the Heads of State in charge of these institutions 
• Change your avatar Twitter or your profile picture Facebook with the logo “against online censorship” Reporters Without Borders 

Internet is a public good. Do not let the “Internet Enemies” institutions as a weapon to serve their interests. 

Find us on March 12 http://12mars.rsf.org . 

The team of Reporters Without Borders