Stories from 29 August 2012
Netizen Report: Assam Edition
This week we begin in the Indian state of Assam, which has faced religious conflict after the spread of rumors of violence against Muslims on social media became a self-fulfilling prophecy. The Indian government responded with censorship, demonstrating the complexity of government imperatives to find a balance between Internet freedom and national security. From India, we move to Jordan, Tunisia and beyond.
Colombia: CELE Analyzes Constitutionality of Bill Lleras 2.0
The Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information (CELE, according to its Spanish acronym) requested to be considered as “friend of the court” in order to provide inputs for the discussions around the unconstitutionality of Bill 1520, also known as "Bill Lleras 2.0", which reforms the copyright regime in Colombia.