· March, 2013

Stories about Surveillance from March, 2013

28 March 2013

South Korean Politician Moves to Repeal Biased Copyright Law

On Friday, South Korea's National Assembly will meet with supporters and opponents of the country's "three strikes" law, including Assembly Member Mr. Choi Jae-Cheon, who has moved to repeal provisions...

27 March 2013

Victory for Transparency: Microsoft Reports on Government Requests for User Data

Last week Microsoft released its first transparency report, which covers all requests for user data from law enforcement and judicial authorities received in 2012. The report offers specific data on...

25 March 2013

Digital Freedom: Principles and Concepts

The Egyptian Institute for Freedom of Thought and Expression recently issued its first statement on digital freedom, a simplified research paper to propose definitions for digital rights and related principles....

18 March 2013

China: Researchers Uncover Microblog Filtering Mechanisms

In a recent paper entitled "The Velocity of Censorship: High-Fidelity Detection of Microblog Post Deletions," a group of computer scientists describes their study of censorship practices on Sina Weibo, China's...

14 March 2013

Venezuela: Twitter user detained for spreading “destabilizing” information

On March 14, Lourdes Alicia Ortega Pérez was detained by Venezuelan authorities for allegedly having "usurped the identity of an official of the Autonomous Service of Registries and Notaries" and...

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