The group said that the Arab Spring had also highlighted the importance of the Internet — and therefore the importance of protecting access to and expression on it.
"The Internet and social networks have been conclusively established as tools for protest, campaigning and circulating information, and as vehicles for freedom," the group said. "More than ever before, online freedom of expression is now a major foreign and domestic policy issue."
The enemies list contains countries that are well known for blocking Internet content, like China, Myanmar and North Korea.
Image: An undated image showing internet users in a Chinese internet cafe. (Photo credit: AP)