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For Palestinians, Social Media Use Is A Double-Edged Sword
Nadim Nashif, Policy Member, Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Polic...
A new report analyzing Palestinian internet and social media usage found that since last October, the number of arrests Israel has made based on social media activity has more than doubled.
Twitter Reverses Stance On Archiving Politicians’ Deleted Tweets
Politwoops and more than 30 similar services around the world will once again be able to operate.
Women at Access Reflect on Digital Rights and International Women's Day
We defend and extend the digital rights of users at risk aroun...
International Women's Day (March 8) is an opportunity for everyone around the world to celebrate the economic, social, and political achievements of women
Internet Applications: Don't Cry for Me in Argentina!
Eduardo Bertoni is Global Clinical Professor at New York Unive...
Modernizing the telecommunications law in Argentina is necessary. Any initiative to guarantee, for example, net neutrality or citizens' access to Internet has legitimate objectives. But when the law is hastily put together, there can be ridiculous consequences.
Competition, Collaboration, and Corporate Accountability Rankings
Independent Consultant - Global Policy, Corporate Responsibili...
Tech companies are in a tough sport when it comes to censorship and surveillance. Governments continue to demand new levels of access and control over their data, ostensibly to fight terrorism, even as public opinion polls show growing global support for Internet freedom.
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