Stories about Regulation
In Democratic Republic of Congo, a citizen movement is underway to reclaim digital rights that have been violated for years under a vague and outdated legislation.
In wake of Black Lives Matter protests, the company IBM has announced its withdrawal from the facial recognition software market
"Russia is not seeking to isolate itself from the world, rather to create a precedent which other states aspiring to sovereignty over their segments of the internet can follow," says...
“Hundreds of protestors were killed in a matter of three days and most of the world was not aware of what happened.’’
The new rules require social media companies to hand over user information and remove content deemed unlawful when requested by the authorities.
The most recent annual report by Russian NGOs Agora and Roskomsvoboda draws some troubling conclusions about what lies in store for the RuNet in years to come.
After a six-month-long internet shutdown, access to only 301 white-listed websites has been granted in Jammu and Kashmir, whereas social media, VPNs and many other sites remain banned.
The Jordanian government should take steps to ensure that its citizens’ right to online freedom of expression and information are protected.
On the surface, China and Russia share much when it comes to digital governance. But their crackdowns on cyberspace also have important differences, says professor Maria Repnikova
The blockout, imposed since August 2019, has affected the lives of millions of people in Jammu and Kashmir, depriving them of the basic right to access the internet.