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Internet Governance

Republic of Srpska trying to enforce “public order” on the Internet

Government of the Republic of Srpska (RS) proposed a new Law on Public Order, which would include the Internet, i.e. social networks, in the definition of “public place”. Government of the ...
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The Internet Never Forgets: Join a Global Conversation on the EU’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’

by: jelica Everyone has something to hide — but when it comes to the Internet, should we all have the right to be forgotten? Last May, the EU Court of Justice decided in favor of this ...
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Collecting Data About Possible Web Censorship in Venezuela

by: Global Voices Advocacy Marianne Díaz, lawyer, digital activist and Global Voices Advocacy author, has been making constant appeals from her Twitter account asking users to ...
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EUP 2014

by: Peter Sunde People learn by copying other people. All the knowledge we have today, all the progress we’ve made, are based on this simple fact – we copy. For thousands of years ...
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Monitoring the Russian Internet for Big Bucks

by: Nighat Dad While 2013 delivered a milestone transfer of government in Pakistan, the year brought despair and hopelessness to the country's growing ranks of netizens The last year saw ...
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“Day D” for digitalisation”

“Day D” for digitalisation The Republic Broadcasting Agency of Serbia (RBA) is to make a decision regarding the unoccupied frequency that used to be licensed to TV “Avala”. Regardless of ...
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