An Internet freedom advocacy group has rated 14 countries as “free” in a new report, with Estonia, USA and Germany leading in online freedom for citizens, while countries such as Cuba, China and Iran have the least freedom. 

 The global survey ‘Freedom on the Net 2012’, was released this week. 

 The analysis covers 47 countries in six geographical regions, and was conducted by Washington-based Freedom House between January 2011 and May 2012. 

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