Includes bibliographical references (pages 59-65).
Ch. 1: Introduction -- ch. 2: Why Internet freedom tools?.-- ch. 3: Internet freedom tools are countermeasures to the efforts of repressive countries -- ch. 4: How could DRL funding affect criminal and netizen behaviors? -- ch. 5: Do netizens and criminals seek the same things from Internet freedom tools? -- ch. 6: Methodology -- ch. 7: Analysis of DRL Internet freedom projects -- ch. 8: Additional mitigating safeguards -- ch. 9: Conclusion.
Preface -- Figures and Tables -- Summary -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Chapter One: Introduction -- Chapter Two: Why Internet Freedom Tools?.-- Chapter Three: Internet Freedom Tools Are Countermeasures to the Efforts of Repressive Countries -- Chapter Four: How Could DRL Funding Affect Criminal and Netizen Behaviors? -- Chapter Five: Do Netizens and Criminals Seek the Same Things from Internet Freedom Tools? -- Chapter Six: Methodology -- Chapter Seven: Analysis of DRL Internet Freedom Projects -- Chapter Eight: Additional Mitigating Safeguards -- Chapter Nine: Conclusion -- References.
"This report examines the portfolio of tools funded by the State Department's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor that help support Internet freedom and assesses the impact of these tools in promoting U.S. interests (such as freedom of expression, freedom of the press, and the free flow of information) without enabling criminal activity"--Publisher's description.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (RAND, viewed August 20, 2015).