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IDUAI: 30 countries closed media and blocked internet access so far in 2019

On the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI), 28 September, the IFJ has condemned the fact that more than 30 countries have...

New law reinforces Turkish government’s control of the Internet

In a move reflecting the government’s desire to fill the few remaining gaps in its control of news and information, Turkey’s parliament has passed a...

Understanding the Research Needs of the Internet Freedom Community: A New Report

This report by Internet Policy Observatory (IPO), based on a 2017 survey of 79 organizations engaged in digital rights advocacy from around the world, seeks to...

Erdoğan’s Clutch on Free Media Tightens with Proposed Internet Regulations

In the high profile case of Cumhuriyet, Friday, March 9, offered a moment of relief in the Turkish government’s assault on free speech and...

Freedom of the Net 2017 Report: Manipulating Social Media to Undermine Democracy

Freedom House published the 2017 annual Freedom on the Net report. It features a ranked, country-by-country assessment of online freedom, a global overview of the latest...

Serbia: propaganda and control on the web

The impact of cyber-attacks, digital surveillance and sophisticated techniques of computational propaganda is growing. The case of Serbia in an interview with Vladan Joler,...

UNESCO Series on Internet Freedom

UNESCO has started in 2009 to commission a flagship series of publications of Internet Freedom, aiming to explore the changing legal and policy issues of...

Public Opinion Research: Benchmarking Demand – Turkey’s Contested Internet

The role of the Internet as a fundamental tool for communication and empowerment is one that should not be inhibited as the limitless nature of the...

Internet Freedom Festival – Valencia, March 6-10, 2017

The Internet Freedom Festival will be held in Valencia, Spain, 6-10 March 2017. The IFF is organized around eight themes, focusing on the needs identified by the...

OSCE RFoM concerned about state of Internet freedom in Turkey, calls for legal reform of Law 5651

VIENNA, 15 April 2016 – OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović expressed concern today about the state of Internet freedom in Turkey,...
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