[ooni-dev] Campus Network Cencorship & OONI
art at torproject.org
Mon Feb 17 18:10:26 UTC 2014
Moving the thread to ooni-dev so that we can continue the discussion there.
On 2/17/14, 2:43 AM, Abel Corver wrote:
> Hi Art,
> Yeah, let's move this to the ooni-dev mailing list! (I've subscribed to
> both lists)
> Shall we discuss the what exact ticket to open there, or do you want to
> file one now?
Opening a ticket on this would be great!
> On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 4:06 PM, Arturo Filastò <arturo at filasto.net
> <mailto:arturo at filasto.net>> wrote:
> On 2/16/14, 12:13 AM, Abel Corver wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm a student in the US interested in finding out if my university is
> > censoring certain pages.
> > (1) Are there any UI tools to visualize OONI reports?
> There is currently one graphical tool for aiding in visualizing
> ooniprobe reports called ooniprobix:
> This can be useful for parsing and analyzing the reports, but not
> visualizing the report data.
> > (2) Do you know of existing initiatives to monitor censorship _within_
> > networks, as opposed to by country? If so, are any of them
> > targeting possible campus surveillance?
> That is also what we are interested in measuring. That is why for
> example we include by default the AS number of the network that is being
> tested in the report. This allows us to know not only in which country
> censorship is happening, but also which ISP is performing censorship.
> The problem, however, is that there is currently no way to say that the
> censorship you are witnessing is caused by the ISP, but a local network
> policy (a campus performing censorship or an office).
> I think this is a worthwhile thing to have and I think we should open a
> ticket on our issue tracker to discuss how we could tackle implementing
> it: https://github.com/TheTorProject/ooni-probe/issues.
> > Let me know if there're better places to ask this question. I wasn't
> > able to find an OONI mailing list.
> We do have a mailing list!
> You should subscribe to ooni-dev and ooni-talk:
> Do you mind if we move this discussion to the ooni-dev mailing list?
> ~ Art.
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