Internet in New Eiffel

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In New Eiffel, the Internet was considered a human right. New Eiffel had five internet users, making up 100% of the population. The first website launched locally in New Eiffel was the website for a therapy company. The second website to be launched was for ZSR Film Reviews, at zsrfilmreviews.com.

Although New Eiffel did not have an Internet TLD, the government had proposed it be .eif.[1]

New Eiffel had thirteen IPv4 address allocations inside of New Eiffel, all of which were in use.

Censorship

Despite considering the Internet to be a human right, New Eiffel was a past enemy of the Internet. The Internet had 'selective' censorship. The government was formerly allowed to ban any website that matches the criteria for banning under the New Eiffel Internet Law Act 2, however with the adoption of the 2020 constitution the act was ruled unconstitutional, and therefore was no longer in force.

Internet speed

In 2020, the average Internet connection speed was 47.01 Mb/s, with 15.82 upload and 7ms ping.[2]

References

  1. NationDNS. "Partners". Archived from the original on 17 December 2019.
  2. Speed text result, 2020