Georgia has improved its Freedom on the Net ranking by one point compared to last year for a score of 76, bringing the country from tenth to seventh place in the global ranking, Freedom House reports.
Based on the study, Georgia’s internet status is listed as free.
In addition to Georgia, Australia, the USA and Italy also have a score of 76.
Georgia is ahead of countries like Japan and Argentina.
As for Georgia’s neighbor countries, Russia, Turkey and Azerbaijan received the status of having a ‘not free internet’, while Armenia has the status of a free internet.
The Freedom on the Net report assessed 67 countries this year and granted statuses of free, partly free and not free net.