Stories about Advocacy from April, 2018
New research shows that the world's largest telecommunications companies disclose little to no information about their network shutdown policies and practices.
Some officials say Telegram is set to be blocked at the end of April. Although the app remains technically unfiltered at the moment, usage among Iranians is down.
The move is significant, but it doesn’t mean that LGBT content will be spared from the latest censorship crackdown.
"…the biggest threat to the stability and growth of the democratic process in Singapore is the government’s control of the media and information."
"A country, a government, a supervision department. They are all scared of a joke-sharing application."
By Attempting to Curb Disinformation on Slain Politician Marielle Franco, a Brazilian Judge Hands Facebook Censorship Powers
The order could set a dangerous precedent for freedom of speech online in the country.
By 2020, China could have a comprehensive nationwide surveillance network, wherein law enforcement will have easy access to data collected by any individual surveillance camera in the network.