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Zashnain Zainal Jul 17
"Google must now go one step further and commit to never aid China’s large-scale censorship and surveillance. The company’s past evasiveness on this issue leaves the door open to future abuses."
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Iqbal Khattak 📸 Jul 20
relations should not restrict to needs for both countries but they should centre around fundamental such as , &
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Ujjwal Acharya Jul 13
Is Sri Lanka using the Easter attacks to limit digital freedom?
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Madeline Earp Jul 17
Police alleged Facebook post about President of violated the 2011 Computer Misuse Act for "willfully and repeatedly [using] electronic communication to disturb...the peace, quiet or right of privacy of any person"
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Christopher Walker Jun 7
Russia and Iran's decisions to build isolated domestic internets represent a new form of internet fragmentation—one poised to be far more physical than what we’ve seen before
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MassBrowser Jun 3
We are very excited to announce the release of version 0.1.0! You can now install the MassBrowser Bundle, which comes with a built-in Firefox browser!
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Daniel O'Maley Jun 3
The next item on my reading list just arrived! It’s ’s “Speech Police.” It’s finally out!
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Renata Avila May 2
Now it is time for to escalate. You heard how weak the case against your citizen, Ola Bini is. You are fully aware of the horrible conditions of his imprisonment. You will host soon a global forum on Walk your talk!
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Christopher Walker May 24
Russia's Communications Ministry has specified a list of threats that may necessitate isolation of the country's Internet under a new law
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Open Internet for Democracy Initiative May 28
Wow! Thank you for the overwhelming application response for our 2019-2020 cohort of the Open Internet Leaders program! We'll be working through all the responses in the coming weeks to select our next cohort. Stay tuned!
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Christopher Walker Jun 3
Discussion ⁦⁩: “Resisting the Spread of China’s Repressive Tactics and Technologies”-with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ ⁦
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TimKarr Jun 18
The Chinese government tried to take down Telegram at the height of the Hong Kong protests. A dystopian glimpse into the not-so-distant future of political dissent.
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Allie Funk Apr 23
Curbing rights doesn’t make people more safe. I chatted with about why we shouldn't praise 's government for blocking social media. via
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Moez Chakchouk May 1
Pleased to participate in the joint media forum on challenges and opportunities for the media in the age of that addresses issues of fact checking and elections.
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Sadaf Lakhani May 29
It’s great to be part of the accelerator alumni: Met with Vint Cerf last week who offered each of us biz advice and shared his views on closing digital space globally
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Nighat Dad Dec 14
Shame on for silencing and forcing self censorship on Pakistani activists and journalists for taking legal actions against their tweets mentioning human rights violations on Pakistani govt’s requests writes
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Mikhail Doroshevich Jul 18
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Christopher Walker Jul 18
New 'Power 3.0' blog post: "The Invisible Thumb: The Market for Social Media Manipulation", by Sebastian Bay
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Ujjwal Acharya Jun 22
Freedom of Opinion & Expression online in is in grave danger following the IT Bill that criminalizes expression online with punishment up to 5-year-imprisonment and/or NRs. 1.5m fine.
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Open Technology Fund Jun 20
🚨 funding with upcoming deadlines 🚨 check out opportunities from OTF, , , , , and more:
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