Year in Review: OONI in 2022
As the end of 2022 approaches, we publish this post to share some OONI
highlights from the last year. We also share some of the things we’ll be
working on in 2023!
2022 was an exciting year for the OONI team, as we hired 5 new people!
During this year, we had the opportunity to welcome:
Norbel Ambanumben: OONI Mobile Developer
Maja Komel: OONI Frontend Engineer
Roberta Giassetti: OONI Finance and Administration Advisor
Elizaveta Yachmeneva: OONI Community Coordinator
Kathrin Elmenhorst: OONI Research Engineer
We are excited to have grown and diversified our team, improving our
capacity to support the internet freedom community in investigating
internet censorship over the next years.
In 2022, we had the opportunity to serve as the host organization for
three OTF Information Controls Research Fellows: Ain Ghazal,
Gurshabad Grover, and
Throughout their 1-year research fellowships with OONI, Ain designed
methods for measuring VPN blocking, while Gurshabad studied the legal
and technical infrastructure of censorship in Asia. During her 3-month
research fellowship with OONI, Kathrin investigated HTTP/3 censorship
and published a blog post sharing
During the summer of 2022, we also had the opportunity to host two
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) students: Germa Vinsmoke and Mehul
Gulati. Germa worked on OONI Explorer and Design System improvements,
while Mehul worked on OONI Probe network experiments.
In early November 2022, we hosted the first in-person OONI Team
Meeting (in Rome, Italy) since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During this 3-day meeting, we improved our roadmaps and discussed
strategic priorities and implementation details for many new systems
we’ll be building over the next few years.
New OONI Probe experiments
In 2022, we shipped the following new experiments:
You can run these experiments through the OONI Probe apps. The Tor Snowflake experiment provides
an automated way of measuring whether the Tor Snowflake pluggable transport works on a tested
network, while the Vanilla Tor experiment measures the
reachability of the Tor network. Our
experiment measures the reachability of encrypted DNS (DoH/DoT)
services, and has been used to support research on DoH/DoT blocking in
Kazakhstan, Iran, and China.
We also designed several other experiments (including DNS Ping,
and simple QUIC Ping)
and we made numerous, significant data quality improvements.
Notably, we designed new methods to
improve how we measure website blocking. Our new methods enumerate all
forms of website blocking, including support for HTTP/3, enabling the
collection of richer data. We aim to incrementally ship these new
methods as part of our Web Connectivity experiment
over the next year.
New Test Lists Editor
In July 2022, we
launched a new Test Lists Editor! This platform enables the
public to review and contribute to the lists of websites (“test lists”) that are
tested for censorship by OONI Probe users
around the world.
Through this web platform, community
members can add websites for OONI Probe
testing, edit existing entries (for example, to change a website’s
categorization or to update a URL), or propose the deletion of URLs. By
enabling community members to dynamically contribute to and update the
test lists, we aim
to improve the quality of website censorship testing, supporting rapid
response efforts to emergent censorship events.
OONI Run improvements
Based on community feedback,
we made a series of improvements to OONI Run:
a platform that you can use to generate mobile deep links and widget
code to coordinate OONI Probe testing. We
limited the OONI Run platform to website
testing and we made improvements to the user interface.
To meet the needs of researchers performing custom testing, we designed
and implemented a minimal version of the next generation version of OONI Run
(“OONI Run v2”) that enables
community members to run OONI Run links without backend support. We made
users with the goal of enabling community members to start experimenting
with this new OONI Run version and collect feedback that can support
further development and design decisions. We also introduced a command line flag which enables
users to repeat a measurement every given number of seconds.
We aim to continue to make improvements to OONI Run over the next year
to further address community feedback.
OONI Probe Web prototype
In response to community requests, we built a browser-based version of
OONI Probe (“OONI Probe Web”). Given that OONI Probe Web does not
require the installation of software and can be run from a web browser,
we hope that it can help support rapid response efforts.
We plan to launch OONI Probe Web in 2023. Stay tuned!
1 billion measurements
On 6th October 2022, OONI published the 1 billionth measurement!
Since 2012, the OONI community has contributed more than 1 billion measurements from 25 thousand networks in
241 countries and territories. All such measurements are published as
open data in real-time, shedding light on
censorship events worldwide.
In 2022, we completed the
of our infrastructure to the ClickHouse
database, which enables the real-time processing and publication of OONI
Probe measurements collected from around the world.
In April 2022, we launched the
OONI Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (MAT)! This tool enables you to
track internet censorship worldwide in real-time and create charts
based on aggregate views of OONI data.
Through the MAT, you can plot
charts to compare censorship between
you can check the blocking of websites
and apps globally or in specific countries, and you can check which
categories of websites
(e.g. news media, LGBTIQ, environmental, human rights) are blocked in
Earlier this year, for example, the MAT
that Iran started blocking Instagram on 21st September 2022, during the
Over the past year, the MAT has enabled OONI and other internet freedom
community members to monitor and rapidly respond to many other
censorship events. Examples include the blocking of
in Sri Lanka (April 2022), as well as the blocking of
in Indonesia (July 2022).
In 2022, we launched a new Circumvention Tool Reachability Dashboard! This tool
provides charts with aggregate views of real-time OONI data from the
reachability testing of Psiphon,
Tor, and Tor Snowflake. Through this
platform, you can easily discover whether these circumvention tools work
around the world, or whether they’re presenting signs of potential
Advancing OONI data analysis
In 2022, we created a new data analysis tool for exposing anomaly details of
website measurements and characterizing website blocking. Some of the
building blocks for designing this tool were applied in practice as part
of our investigation into emergent website blocks in Russia,
where we were able to characterize the blocking methods across ISPs.
The high level architecture of
this new data analysis tool is that of transforming the raw network
measurements coming from OONI Probes into normalized and post-processed
These Observations are “time stamped” statements about some network
condition that was observed by a particular vantage point. These
observations are then in turn post-processed to generate what we call an
which attributes to a set of observations from an individual test run a
series of outcomes with an associated level of confidence.
In order to reach a design that would be flexible enough to be expanded,
but also performant enough to run in a reasonable amount of time, we
iterations of this
design. Throughout the process
we carried out benchmarks of
key components to identify any performance bottlenecks, working to
resolve them. The last iteration, based on some
should be able to generate observations from raw OONI measurements in
less than a week and re-generate all experiment results in about a day,
running on a single machine.
Through this data analysis tool (which
anyone can run on their own computer pointing it at
the raw public OONI dataset), it’s possible
to gain a much deeper understanding about the root cause of a blocking
event, and to carry out more advanced research that might not be
captured by the existing analysis.
The new design is an important shift in how we view results from OONI
measurements and we are confident that it will allow us to characterize
blocks in a much richer way. It also opens the door for empowering
researchers to carry out more advanced censorship investigations using
In 2022, we published the following research reports based on the
analysis of OONI data:
We also published the following blog posts to share our findings from
In response to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights’s call for submissions
in support of the OHCHR report on internet shutdowns and human rights
to the 50th session of the Human Rights Council in June 2022, we
with relevant information on the occurrence of mandated disruptions of
access to social media and messaging platforms over the past 5 years
based on empirical OONI network measurement data.
we shared OONI data and information on social media blocks that occurred
during elections in
over the last 5 years. We also shared information on social media blocks
that occurred during protests in
Moreover, we shared OONI data and information on social media blocks
that emerged during sensitive political time periods in
New online OONI training course
To support OONI community engagement efforts worldwide, we created an
online OONI training course which was launched on Small Media’s Advocacy Assembly platform.
This 90-minute free, online training course
provides a deep-dive into measuring internet censorship with OONI Probe, and using OONI Explorer to access and interpret real-time
OONI data collected from around the world. Designed for human rights
defenders, activists, journalists, and researchers, the course includes
a mix of videos, screencasts, slides, quizzes and hands-on
exercises. It also features case study videos from OONI community
members, and the course is available in
In 2022, we created several new resources to support OONI community
engagement efforts around the world.
We published new screencasts for:
We published new user guides and documentation for:
We also updated the user guides for OONI Probe Mobile, OONI Probe Desktop, and OONI Probe CLI, and we updated our
general test list documentation.
To better meet community needs (particularly around OONI community
engagement), we created educational materials and resources for a new
OONI Outreach Kit. We plan to publish this Outreach Kit in 2023.
To help ensure a safe and inclusive environment for the global OONI
community, we created a new Incident Response Committee
with the goal of improving OONI’s Code of Conduct (CoC) and addressing
any CoC violations when they occur. In collaboration with the Committee
and based on community feedback collected from several meetings, we
re-wrote and published a new version of OONI’s Code of Conduct (CoC).
Thanks to the Localization Lab
community, OONI Probe has been
translated to numerous languages, including
Farsi, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Hindi, Thai, Indonesian, Swahili,
Spanish, and French – among many other languages. Throughout 2022, the
community continued to improve upon OONI Probe translations, updating
47 languages. We updated our OONI Probe localization guidelines
to support translation efforts.
In 2022, OONI Explorer copy was uploaded
to Transifex to
enable its translation by the Localization Lab community, who worked towards
translating the platform in 21 languages. OONI Explorer has already been
Farsi, Turkish, Russian, Burmese, Spanish, and Chinese, among other
languages. To support translation efforts, we published new OONI Explorer localization guidelines.
We also uploaded the OONI Probe Mobile
and OONI Probe Desktop
user guides to Transifex, both of which have already been fully
translated to Farsi
We thank the Localization Lab for
bringing OONI censorship measurement to communities worldwide!
OONI’s 10th Anniversary
On 5th December 2022, we celebrated OONI’s 10th Anniversary!
Ten years ago, on 5th December 2012, we published the first OONI
measurement. Thanks to our global community, we have now published
more than a billion measurements
collected from 25 thousand networks in 241 countries and territories,
shedding light on internet censorship around the world.
As the OONI community has always been at the heart of our work, we
consider it essential that community needs continue to inform OONI’s
future goals and priorities. We therefore circulated a
to collect community feedback that can help shape OONI’s strategic
priorities for the future. We thank all community members for their
In celebration of OONI’s 10th anniversary, we hosted two live-streamed events:
To mark the 10-year milestone, we also published:
Huge thanks to everyone who has supported OONI over the past decade!
OONI workshops and presentations
In 2022, we attended our first in-person conferences and events since
the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the conferences, workshops,
and events that we attended though were hosted entirely online.
Throughout 2022, we presented OONI as part of the following conferences,
events, and workshops:
OONI workshop for journalists in Kyrgyzstan. On 20th December
2022, we facilitated an online OONI workshop for journalists in
Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2022. On 1st December 2022, we
presented OONI on the panel
“Help! The Kill switch is taking away my limited agency” (remote
participation) at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2022.
OONI workshops in Kyrgyzstan. In November 2022, we traveled to
Kyrgyzstan to facilitate multiple in-person OONI workshops for
local journalists, students, and civil society organizations.
Internet Without Borders (Paris). On 18th November 2022, we
traveled to Paris to present OONI as part of
the Internet Without Borders conference. On 19th November 2022, we
facilitated an OONI hackathon as part
of the event.
DataFest 2022 (Tbilisi). On 17th November 2022, we presented OONI at DataFest 2022 in
Tbilisi, where we explained how journalists can use OONI’s
Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (MAT) to investigate
internet censorship around the world. On 19th November 2022, we
facilitated an OONI datathon at DataFest 2022, where participants
worked on analyzing OONI data collected from Russia.
State of the Onion 2022. During the Tor Project’s annual State of the Onion 2022
event, we shared OONI highlights from 2022, as well as
upcoming OONI projects for 2023.
OONI workshop for journalists in Central Asia. On 10th November
2022, we facilitated an online OONI workshop for journalists in
IETF 115 PEARG. On 9th November 2022, we
presented our strategies
for measuring the blocking and throttling of encrypted protocols
as part of the Privacy Enhancements and Assessments Research Group
(PEARG) meeting during IETF 115.
IETF 115 IAB Open. On 8th November 2022, we
presented our censorship
measurements in Iran as part of the Internet Architecture Board
(IAB) open meeting during IETF 115.
OONI workshop for civil society in Kazakhstan. On 3rd November
2022, we facilitated an online OONI workshop
for civil society groups in Kazakhstan.
RIPE85. On 27th October 2022, we presented our
on measuring the blocking of encrypted DNS services (and how this
experiment is now part of OONI Probe) at
FIFAfrica 2022. Between 26th-29th September 2022, we traveled to
Lusaka, Zambia, to participate in the Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa (FIFAfrica) 2022
conference. As part of our participation, we facilitated an OONI workshop (“Investigating
Internet censorship in Africa through OONI tools and open data”) and co-facilitated a workshop with Access Now (“Strengthening Advocacy to Fight Internet Shutdowns in Africa”).
DEMHACK 2022. On 24th and 25th September 2022, we organized an
OONI hackathon as part of
Roskomsvoboda’s DEMHACK 2022 hackathon in
Russia. We also provided a live demo on using OONI’s Measurement Aggregation Toolkit,
encouraging participants to use the tool as a starting point for
further analyzing OONI data.
OONI training session for researchers in Egypt. On 10th August
2022, we facilitated a 3-hour, online OONI training session for
researchers in Egypt. This workshop provided an introduction to
internet censorship, as well as to OONI tools and data for
measuring internet censorship.
OONI training session for election observers. On 4th August
2022, we facilitated an online OONI training session for election
observers. This training introduced participants to OONI Probe and OONI data, particularly with the goal of monitoring emerging censorship events during elections around the
OONI training session for journalists in Kenya. On 28th July
2022, we facilitated an online OONI training session for
journalists in Kenya. The workshop involved introducing
participants to OONI tools and data for investigating internet
censorship in Kenya and around the world.
Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2022. On 19th June 2022, we
traveled to Bonn, Germany, to attend Deutsche Welle’s (DW)
Global Media Forum 2022, where we
spoke on a panel discussion on documenting internet shutdowns.
Internet Without Borders (Berlin). On 17th June 2022, we
traveled to Berlin, Germany, to attend the Internet Without Borders conference
for the Russian diaspora. As part of our participation, we
presented OONI and facilitated a day-long OONI hackathon.
Internet Without Borders (Vilnius). On 10th June 2022, we
traveled to Vilnius, Lithuania, to attend the Internet Without Borders conference
for the Russian diaspora. As part of our participation, we
presented OONI, we facilitated a workshop on using OONI’s
Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (MAT) for investigating
internet censorship in Russia, and we facilitated a day-long OONI
RightsCon 2022. As part of our participation at RightsCon 2022, we co-facilitated/spoke at the
Workshop on “Building capacity to document and circumvent
internet shutdowns” co-hosted with
SFLC.in and Top10VPN (6th June 2022)
Community lab on “Monitoring internet censorship in South and
Southeast Asia” co-hosted with Sinar Project (7th June 2022)
Panel on “Internet splintering due to server-side blocking and
embargo sanction”, hosted by Censored Planet (8th June 2022)
Social hour on “A light in the dark: learning about internet
shutdowns and the #KeepItOn campaign” co-hosted with
organizations from the #KeepItOn campaign (9th
OONI training session for civil society groups in Zimbabwe,
Zambia, and South Africa. On 1st June 2022, we facilitated an
online OONI training session for civil society groups from
Zimbabwe, Zambia, and South Africa. This was organized by our
partner, Digital Society of Africa.
OONI presentation for journalists. On 25th May 2022, we
presented OONI’s tools, methods, research, and dataset to a group
of journalists from Russia and Belarus.
OONI workshop for civil society groups in Latin America. On 19th
May 2022, we facilitated a 2-hour online OONI workshop for civil
society groups in Latin America.
OONI data analysis lecture for Georgia Tech students. On 12th
April 2022, we were invited by IODA to give an online
lecture to Georgia Tech computer science students on analyzing
OONI data to investigate internet censorship.
Mozilla Twitter Space on Network Outages. On 5th April 2022, we
participated as a speaker on Mozilla’s Twitter Space
discussion on network outages. We explained OONI’s methods and
discussed how OONI previously analyzed Mozilla telemetry
to investigate internet shutdowns.
Spacemesh Meetup. On 8th March 2022, we presented OONI at a
OONI training for UN peacekeeping missions. On 25th January
2022, we facilitated an OONI training (“OONI - Practical exercise
measuring Internet censorship”) for UN peacekeeping missions as
part of an online course
(“Technologies and Digital Tools for Peacekeeping and Political
Missions: Data, Research, Analysis, & Communication”) organized by
Conflux Center. As part of the training, we introduced
participants to OONI censorship measurement tools, provided a live
demo of using OONI Probe for measuring internet censorship, and
facilitated hands-on exercises for using OONI Probe based on
OONI Probe workshop for partners in Southeast Asia. On 28th
January 2022, we facilitated an OONI Probe workshop for Sinar Project partners in Southeast Asia
participating in the iMap Regional Workshop.
2022 was a particularly challenging year for many community members in
countries like Ukraine, Russia, and Iran, and our hearts go out to them.
We thank the global OONI community for continuing to contribute many measurements from most countries and territories around the world.
Some highlights of OONI activities by our community in 2022 include:
8 research reports on internet censorship in Southeast Asia. Our
long-term partner, Sinar Project, published 8 research reports in
collaboration with their partners in Southeast
Asia. Based on the analysis of OONI data, these research reports
investigate internet censorship in
and the Philippines.
OONI workshop for election observers in Kazakhstan. Access Now facilitated an OONI workshop for
election observers in Kazakhstan.
OONI censorship measurement campaign during Malaysia’s 2022
general elections. Leading up to and during Malaysia’s 2022
elections, Sinar Project
coordinated an OONI Probe measurement campaign
to monitor potential censorship events.
Blog post on the blocking of a website that digitizes books in Mexico. Global Voices published a blog post
documenting the blocking of a website run by a Mexican collective
that digitizes books as a political position. This post cites OONI
data on the block.
Freedom on the Net 2022 reports. Freedom House published their annual Freedom on the Net
country reports. OONI data was cited in (at least) the Freedom on
the Net reports for the following countries:
Ranking Digital Rights Research Lab. Ranking Digital Rights
launched a new Research Lab
which discusses how researchers can make use of OONI tools and
data (among other resources).
The OPTIMA Internet Shutdowns Resource Library. Internews
published the OPTIMA Library, a compilation of new
and existing resources, guides, and methodologies to assist
individuals and activists before, during, and after an Internet
shutdown. The library includes OONI resources.
Research report on the impact of internet shutdowns on women in
Uganda. Sandra Aceng published a research report
(as part of Internews’ OPTIMA project) which
documents the impact of internet shutdowns on women in Uganda.
This study makes use of OONI data collected from Uganda around the
country’s 2021 elections.
Digital Defenders Partnership guide. Digital Defenders
Partnership published a guide
(in Spanish) describing how to document internet blockages and
circumvent internet censorship. This publication cites OONI and
describes OONI tools.
Access Now paper on taxonomy of internet shutdowns. Access Now
published a paper
providing a taxonomy of internet shutdowns, citing OONI data, OON
research reports, and the OONI Glossary.
Report on the blocking of a NFT fundraising campaign website in
Malaysia. Sinar Project published a
on the blocking of a NFT fundraising campaign website (of graphics
designer and political activist Fahmi Reza), which makes use of
OONI Probe and OONI data.
Access Now’s 2021 Annual KeepItOn Report. Access Now published
their 2021 Annual #KeepItOn campaign Report
(“The Return Of Digital Authoritarianism: Internet shutdowns in 2021”), which makes use of OONI data.
VEsinFiltro’s 2021 Annual Report. Our Venezuelan partner,
VEsinFiltro, published their 2021 Annual Report on digital rights and internet censorship in Venezuela. In the Methodology section of their report, VEsinFiltro describe
that they measured internet blocks in Venezuela through the use of
OONI Probe and OONI data.
ISOC blog posts on blocks in Russia. As part of their
“Internet Perspectives: Ukraine and Russia”
blog series, Internet Society (ISOC) published 2 blog posts based
on OONI data: “OONI Data: Looking For Anomalies and Blocks”
and “Top Categories for New Russian Internet blocks (OONI Anomalies)”.
Article on network congestion and blocks in Iran. Digiato (an
Iranian technology news portal) published an
discussing network congestion in Iran, where Iranian experts
discuss intermittent blocks in the country, citing OONI data. The
article also features a screenshot of a chart generated from
OONI’s Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (to demonstrate the
OONI workshop in Tanzania by Zaina Foundation. On 28th February
2022, our partner, Zaina Foundation,
facilitated an OONI workshop
as part of their broader Digital Security Training for women
journalists in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
OONI FAQ translated to Khmer by DigitalHub101. Cambodian civil
society group, DigitalHub101, published a version of the OONI Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
documentation in Khmer. This
new page features information
in Khmer about OONI, OONI Probe, OONI Explorer, and OONI research
Report on the blocking of news media websites in Venezuela.
VEsinFiltro published a report
documenting the blocking of news media websites in Venezuela.
Their report makes use of OONI data, as well as network
measurement data collected from their own custom tools.
Report on the blocking of circumvention tools in Venezuela.
VEsinFiltro published a report
documenting the blocking of circumvention tools in Venezuela.
Their report makes use of OONI data, involving the analysis of
measurements collected from the OONI Probe Tor and Web Connectivity
ECOWAS court ruling on internet shutdowns in Togo. Togo’s
internet shutdown amid protests in September 2017 was challenged
in the “Amnesty International Togo and Ors v. The Togolese
that was brought to the Community Court of Justice of the Economic
Community of West African States (ECOWAS). In preparation for this
case, the OONI team was asked to share relevant technical
expertise, along with other experts. We analyzed the internet
shutdown and shared a technical analysis
in support of the court case. As an outcome, the Community Court
of Justice of ECOWAS held that the Togolese government violated
the applicants’ right to freedom of expression by shutting down
the internet during protests in September 2017, and ordered the
Respondent State of Togo to take measures to guarantee the
“non-occurrence” of a future similar situation. The ECOWAS court
ruling on the September 2017 internet shutdown in Togo won the
Columbia University Global Freedom of Expression 2022 Significant Legal Ruling Award.
We thank our community for their amazing efforts!
We have many exciting projects lined up for 2023!
Some highlights include:
Automating censorship detection and characterization based on OONI
measurements. We will expand our ability to automatically
confirm blocks based on fingerprints, and we will develop new
metrics for the automatic characterization of more forms of
internet censorship. This will build upon our work on our new data analysis tool.
New Social Media Censorship Alert System. We are building a
system that the public can refer to in order to learn when and
where access to social media platforms is being blocked around the
world based on OONI data.
New Censorship Incident Reporting Platform. This platform will
provide short reports with summary information on emergent
censorship events based on OONI data and charts, enabling
journalists and human rights defenders to more easily learn about
and respond to censorship events.
New OONI Explorer pages. In 2023, we will publish new OONI Explorer pages that provide
domain-centric and network-centric views of OONI data. We will
also continue to make a series of improvements to OONI Explorer and the Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (MAT)
based on community feedback. Our goal is to enable the internet
freedom community to more easily discover censorship findings
based on OONI data.
New browser-based censorship measurement tool. In 2022, we
created OONI Probe Web to simplify the process of testing websites
during urgent censorship events. We aim to publicly launch OONI
Probe Web in 2023.
New censorship measurement methodologies. We will continue to
expand OONI’s censorship measurement methodologies. This will
include working towards creating an open methodology for measuring
throttling, and expanding OONI’s testing model to support richer
testing input. We also aim to ship our new methods
that advance how we measure website blocking.
Improved version of OONI Run. We aim to release an improved
version of OONI Run (“OONI Run v2”), addressing
key community feedback and needs.
This will enable the internet freedom community to more
effectively coordinate censorship measurement campaigns and use
OONI data in support of their research and advocacy efforts.
New and strengthened partnerships. Collaboration is key to
measuring and fighting internet censorship. In 2023, we aim to
strengthen our existing partnerships, and form new
partnerships with digital rights organizations around the world.
New OONI Outreach Kit. To support OONI community engagement
efforts around the world, we aim to publish an OONI Outreach Kit
New community resources. We aim to publish new documentation and
resources that can support OONI community engagement efforts
around the world. We also aim to publish translated versions of
our documents, and to strengthen our localization efforts.
More research reports, workshops, and training. We will continue
to collaborate with community members on investigating censorship
events worldwide and documenting them through the publication of
research reports. We will also
continue to engage communities through OONI workshops and training.
Our above priorities for 2023 have been informed by community feedback
collected over the years (as well as in response to the dynamic
censorship environment worldwide). If there are additional areas that
you think we should prioritize, please don’t hesitate to let us know.
If you would like to support our work, please consider donating to OONI.
Warm thanks to the global OONI community for supporting our work
We are grateful to every OONI Probe user
out there, and we’re excited for 2023. Stay tuned!