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In all the countries where Facebook is banned
Facebook is the most popular medium of social communication. The medium is often shut down in different countries due to various incidents. Although the ban was lifted after a certain period of time in some places, Facebook is permanently closed in three countries.
Find out in which countries Facebook is banned:
Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea’s ruling party, has always restricted Internet access in his country. Prohibitions have been imposed at various times. In April 2016, the country started blocking Facebook. The idea is that Kim Jong Un took the initiative for fear of spreading information online and losing his power.
Social media researcher Ramest Srinivasan says North Korea is a country where every computer or technology has government surveillance. There are government restrictions on everything from software to hardware.
The Chinese government has maintained censorship and surveillance over the Internet under the name ‘The Great Firewall of China’. In July 2009, Facebook was blocked for the first time in China after the Urumqi riots. Because the Chinese government had the idea that people used Facebook to communicate and plan to spread riots. Since that incident, the Chinese government has imposed more restrictions on the Internet at various times. In 2013, the ban was relaxed on a limited scale. Although within 16 square miles of Shanghai’s free trade area.
Currently, no one in China can use the Internet independently. Because the government of the country monitors their every activity. All websites that go against the communist government in China have been shut down in China. And Facebook is one of them.
However, despite the closure of foreign social networking sites, Chinese social networking sites and apps such as Weibo, Renren and WeChat have become very popular in China. And so the Chinese no longer feel the lack of Facebook or Twitter.
The country is already in a political conflict with the United States. Sometimes this conflict has led to cyber warfare. The US social giant Facebook is also banned in this country. However, the interesting thing is that even though the general public does not have access to Facebook, the Facebook and Twitter accounts of political leaders are active.
Several social media platforms, including Facebook, were banned in the country after the 2009 election for fear of anti-government protests.