· September, 2018

Stories about Tech Industry from September, 2018

Wanna compare the world’s largest tech companies on human rights terms? Now you can do it in Korean — and five other languages

In April 2018, Ranking Digital Rights released their third Corporate Accountability Index, a ranking of corporate policies affecting freedom of expression and privacy.

Netizen Report: Internet taxes are sweeping sub-Saharan Africa — and silencing citizens

The Advox Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world.

Google caves in to Russian demands, censors videos promoting a protest rally

This latest scandal is unfolding as Google is in the middle of an existential crisis, with its employees revolting against what they see as embracing censorship by their company.

South Asian governments keep ordering internet shutdowns — and leaving users in the dark

“Operators owe complete transparency to their users, as consumers who are paying them money and also in the interest of accountability.”

After Facebook ban, Myanmar military accounts are moving to Russian social media site VKontakte

"...they are now spreading their hate freely on the site without any moderation."

Netizen Report: What role does Facebook play in Libya’s civil war?

The Advox Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world.

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Stories that focus on the actions of technology companies such as social media platforms, search engines, Internet service providers, hardware makers, telecommunications companies, etc.


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