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The Kremlin’s New Internet Surveillance Plan Goes Live TodayOn the surface, it’s all about protecting Russian kids from internet pedophiles. In reality, the Kremlin’s new „Single Register” of banned websites, which goes into effect Nov. 1, will wind up blocking all kinds of online political speech…
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Peruvians balance the public debate on internet user rightsLike many countries in Latin America and beyond, Peru is a state whose political representatives lack familiarity with internet issues and technology. Our national policies are still generic guidelines that stifle innovative solutions and smart laws…
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Syria’s Digital Proxy WarIran and the United States are squaring off in a life-or-death battle for information. The aftermath of clashes between Free Syrian Army fighters and forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad in the Suliman al-Halbi area of Aleppo on October…
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Access hosts human rights, spectrum, and telecoms talks at IGF 2012Next week, the Internet Governance Forum will hold an annual meeting that brings public and private stakeholders, from developed and developing nations, together to discuss public policy issues relating to the internet. This year’s meeting comes…
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Japan: Election Tweeting ForbiddenEven though Japanese is the second most active language in the world on Twitter, for the country’s political candidates, tweeting during election campaigns is forbidden. A group of young activists is seeking to change this situation. Written by…
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Censorship in Mexico: The Case of Ruy SalgadoMost people outside of Mexico may have never heard of Ruy Salgado. But during the most recent electoral contest here, that name not only became known throughout Internet circles in Mexico, but was arguably one of the most influential voices of opposition…
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Philippines: Online Shame Campaign Against “Epal” PoliticiansWith less than a few months before the 2013 national elections, various groups have launched an online shame campaign against the common practice of Filipino politicians to attach their names to government projects that are funded or assisted by…
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Microsoft opens new windows into your email by quietly changing privacy policyThere have been quiet murmurs about Microsoft’s recent change in privacy rules. If you haven’t heard, Microsoft recently changed their privacy policy in almost exactly the same way Google did on March 1st but didn’t receive quite the same level of…
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The Influence of Technology on Governance (in Africa)Kenya Tweets, a Kenyan social media research and consultancy firm recently released the first of several reports investigating the use of Twitter by various presidential candidates ahead of the 2013 national elections…
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TEDxToronto 2012 Talk – Ronald J. Deibert, Director of the Citizen LabNever before have we been surrounded by so much technology. But never before have we not known what lies beneath this technology…
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