· November, 2011

Stories about News from November, 2011

Netizen Report: Bullets and Pepper Spray Edition

Today is the International Day to End Impunity, honoring those who have been killed for exercising their right to free speech. Now that everybody can commit journalism on the Internet,...

Brazil: Cybercrime Law Could Restrict Fundamental Rights, Internet Openness

Pending in Brazil’s House of Representatives is a proposed cybercrime law that could criminalize many ordinary online activities and that would mark an abrupt shift in Brazil’s progressive digital policy...

Netizen Report: Transparency Edition

This installment of the bi-monthly Netizen Report reviews latest developments in the power game between citizens, governments and companies. We begin with applause for Google's latest Transparency Report, then overview...

Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference brings stakeholders to the Internet freedom table

The Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference, organized by Access Now and held in San Francisco late last month gathered bloggers, activists, mobile advocates, privacy advocates, corporations, technologists and many more...

ICANN: Why the Registrar Accreditation Agreement Matters

Law enforcement demands to domain name registrars were a recurring theme of the 42nd ICANN public meeting, concluded last week in Dakar. This is an important debate because domain names...

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