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We are excited to bring the first online Internet Measurement Village to
you this month.
Interested in learning all about Internet measurement and how to detect
Internet censorship? Curious to explore open datasets on Internet
censorship and Internet outages? Eager to learn how advocates are
pushing back against Internet shutdowns and defending a free and open
Join us for the online Internet Measurement Village, starting on
Wednesday, 10th June 2020 and ending on Friday, 3rd July 2020.
Almost every day, we will live-stream a presentation on the OONI YouTube Channel, where you can
ask questions through the live chat. Subscribe to our channel and learn more details
through the schedule below.
The Internet Measurement Village 2020 is an online event that aims to
share the tools, datasets, and methodologies of projects that measure
the Internet. These include projects like OONI,
Censored Planet, and
ICLab that measure Internet censorship, projects
like M-Lab that measure Internet
performance, as well as projects like IODA
that measure Internet outages. The Village also features local
measurement projects (in countries like
Ukraine), as well as
circumvention tool projects and advocacy efforts against Internet
Our goal is to share skills and knowledge around Internet measurement to
encourage greater community participation in examining how the Internet
works and defending a free and open Internet.
We were initially planning on hosting the Internet Measurement Village
during the last two days of the Internet Freedom Festival (IFF), but since it was
in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to host a version of the
Village online this year.
To enable anyone around the world to learn about Internet measurement,
we decided to host presentations that are live-streamed on the OONI YouTube channel. This will make it
easier for people to watch the presentations asynchronously
(accommodating different time zones and schedules), as well as in the
future (expanding beyond the dates of the Village). Since the
presentations will continue to live on the OONI YouTube channel, we’re
hoping that the broader internet freedom community will find this
footage useful for their research, advocacy, and training efforts. To
enable participation, a live chat will be included in the stream so
that anyone can ask the presenters questions.
Apart from the live-streamed presentations, you’re welcome to join the OONI Slack channel (bridged with IRC) to participate in
discussions, ask questions, share updates and anything else related to the
Internet measurement world.
Next year, we hope to host an in-person version of the Internet
Measurement Village as part of the
IFF. This year, please join us
online for the Internet Measurement Village 2020!
All presentations will be live-streamed on the OONI YouTube channel, where you can ask
questions through the live chat. Each presentation will last 60
|Brief session description
|Wednesday, 10th June 2020
|OONI: Measuring Internet Censorship
|Presentation of OONI’s tools, methodologies, and dataset.
|Maria Xynou (OONI)
|Thursday, 11th June 2020
|Test lists for measuring Internet censorship – applicability,problems and solutions
|The session will focus on the Citizen Lab test lists that popular network measurement tools use to uncover Internet censorship. You will receive practical advice on how to update the test list of your country.
|Igor Valentovitch (Netalitica)
|Monday, 15th June 2020
|M-Lab: Measuring Internet Performance
|Presentation of M-Lab’s tools, methodologies, and dataset.
|Lai Yi Ohlsen (M-Lab)
|Tuesday, 16th June 2020
|How to detect outages with Mozilla telemetry
|Mozilla is exploring how aggregate data can be a useful measure of outages.
|Alessio Placitelli (Mozilla)
|Wednesday, 17th June 2020
|RIPE Internet Measurements
|Presentation of RIPE’s tools, methodologies, and dataset.
|Vesna Manojlovic & Emile Aben (RIPE)
|Thursday, 18th June 2020
|KeepItOn campaign: Advocating against Internet shutdowns
|Presentation of Access Now’s KeepItOn campaign and how it fights Internet shutdowns around the world.
|Felicia Anthonio (Access Now)
|Friday, 19th June 2020
|Circumventing Internet Censorship with Psiphon
|This session presents Psiphon and discusses how network measurement data informs the development and deployment of circumvention tools and strategies.
|Joe Manco (Psiphon)
|Monday, 22nd June 2020
|Advocating against Internet shutdowns in West Africa
|Presentation of advocacy efforts against Internet shutdowns in West Africa.
|Julie Owono (Internet Sans Frontières)
|Tuesday, 23rd June 2020
|Measuring Internet Censorship in Southeast Asia
|Presentation of censorship measurement research in Southeast Asia.
|Khairil Yusof (Sinar Project)
|Wednesday, 24th June 2020
|How we tried to establish a nationwide Internet censorship measurement system in Ukraine
|This session describes efforts in creating a nationwide censorship measurement system in Ukraine.
|Anton Koushnir & Natalia Onyshchenko (Digital Security Lab Ukraine)
|Thursday, 25th June 2020
|Coordinación de la medición de la censura en Venezuela
|Presentación de mediciones de censura y esfuerzos de incidencia en Venezuela.
|Mariengracia Chirinos & Daniela Alvarado (IPYS Venezuela)
|Friday, 26th June 2020
|Censored Planet: Measuring Internet censorship remotely
|Presentation of Censored Planet’s tools, methodologies, and dataset.
|Ram Sundara Raman (Censored Planet)
|Monday, 29th June 2020
|Internet Censorship, DNS poisoning and Phishing in Venezuela
|Presentation of censorship measurement research in Venezuela.
|Andrés Azpúrua (VEsinFiltro)
|Tuesday, 30th June 2020
|Circumventing Internet Censorship with Tor
|This session presents Tor and discusses how it can be used to circumvent Internet censorship.
|Philipp Winter (The Tor Project)
|Wednesday, 1st July 2020
|ICLab: Measuring Internet Censorship
|Presentation of ICLab’s tools and methodologies.
|Zack Weinberg (ICLab)
|Thursday, 2nd July 2020
|Circumventing Internet Censorship with TunnelBear
|This session presents TunnelBear and discusses how it can be used to circumvent Internet censorship.
|Shames Abdelwahab & Rodrigue Hajjar (TunnelBear)
|Thursday, 2nd July 2020
|Geneva: Evolving Censorship Evasion
|This session presents Geneva, a genetic algorithm that automatically discovers new ways to circumvent censorship.
|Kevin Bock (University of Maryland)
|Friday, 3rd July 2020
|IODA: Examining Internet blackouts through open data
|Presentation of IODA’s dashboard and methodologies.
|Ramakrishna Padmanabhan (CAIDA)
Looking forward to seeing you online in the Internet Measurement Village 2020!