Taiwan’s vibrant and competitive democratic system has allowed for regular peaceful transfers of power since 2000, and protections for civil liberties are generally robust. Ongoing concerns include inadequate safeguards against the exploitation of migrant workers and the Chinese government’s efforts to influence policymaking, media, and the democratic infrastructure.
Freedom on the Net— Taiwan Country Report
Taiwan is rated Free in Freedom on the Net, Freedom House's comprehensive study of internet freedom around the globe.
Testimony on Freedom of Expression in Asia
Testimony and remarks
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