Uzbekistan took the 59th place in the Internet freedom rating of the human rights group Freedom House.
The Internet Freedom in the World (Freedom on the Net) is an annual study and its accompanying rating on the state of Internet freedom in the world, which is issued by the international non-governmental organization Freedom House.
In total in a rating of 65 countries of the world.
Russia, for example, ranks 53rd in the rankings, Belarus - in 48th place, Kazakhstan - in 46th place, Azerbaijan - in 45th place, Ukraine - in 32nd place, Kyrgyzstan - in 23rd place, Armenia - on the 13th place, Georgia - on the 11th place.
The most free recognized Iceland, Estonia, Canada, Germany, Australia, USA, Britain, South Africa and Japan.