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The internet is not free in Azerbaijan: A letter to president Ilham AliyevBaku this week hosted the Internet Governance Forum, but the president ignores the truth about the lack of freedom in Azerbaijan…
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MTN must stand up for its users, meet international obligationsAccess has repeatedly seen governments crack down on dissent by using telecoms to surveil users and filter content. Iran epitomizes this trend, as its connected, tech-savvy population runs up against a government that relies on advanced surveillance…
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Activist Sattar Beheshti dies under torture in Iran’s Evin PrisonExactly a week after his arrest by Iran’s cyber police, labour activist Sattar Beheshti has died as a result of torture at the hands of his captors, according to opposition reports…
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Pirate Party fights to unblock sites hidden by Russia’s new censorship lawActivists from the Russian Pirate Party have accused the government of censoring the Internet after the Russian Federal Surveillance Service for Mass Media and Communications (Roskomnadzor) launched a “Single Register”…
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Thai netizen freed for lack of evidence in lèse-majesté caseA Bangkok court acquitted the netizen Surapak Phuchaisaeng two days ago of charges of insulting the king (lèse-majesté), for which he had been remanded in custody since September last year…
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EU Plans Groundbreaking Project To Monitor Internet Censorship Around the WorldKeeping track of the avalanche of reports about new mass surveillance initiatives and Internet freedom crackdowns can be a difficult task. But soon there could be a solution to the problem: a global monitoring system that will help chart digital…
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China Most Threatening Cyberspace Force, U.S. Panel SaysChinese hackers are moving into “increasingly advanced types of operations or operations against specialized targets,” such as sensors and apertures on deployed U.S. military platforms, according…
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Hacking of Tax Records Has Put States on GuardThe theft of tax information from a South Carolina computer system appears to have been the largest cyberattack ever on a state government…
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Pakistan’s human rights review: Internet censorship comes under scrutinyAs part of a review of Pakistan’s human rights standing, the Netherlands has recommended that Pakistan remove restrictions on internet access. The recommendation is part of a draft report of the UN Human Rights Council working group on the…
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Why Privacy Is the Future of CompetitionData protection legislation may protect our data locally, but internationally privacy is not just a personal issue, it lies at the heart of ensuring competitive markets. As the digital revolutions continues to fueled in a large part by advertising…
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