This week, IM covers Spanish Internet censorship, Saudi Arabia easing app bans, and a new Open Observatory tool.
- Week In Review: October 10, 2017
- Scaling the Firewall: Confessions of a Software Activist
- Week in Review: August 10, 2017
- Week in Review: August 3, 2017
- Unstoppable Force, Immovable Object: Iranian Resilience in a Censored Society
- Week in Review: July 27, 2017
- The Chinese Language as a Weapon: How China's Netizens Fight Censorship
- Week in Review: July 20, 2017
- HTTP vs HTTPS: What it Means for Internet Censorship
- Week in Review: July 13, 2017
Archive for 2017
“I never expected that making software would be activism,” said Griffin Boyce.
Boyce is a staff member at the Berkman Klein center whose interests include “urban gardening, painting, video games”—and most intensively, Internet privacy. When he’s...
This week, Internet Monitor covers India's block of the Wayback Machine, Rwanda and Kenya's open Internet during elections, and Vietnam's newly-approved censorship system.
This week, Internet Monitor looks at Internet access inequalities in Australia, Russia’s block on VPNs, and American companies’ acquiescence to tightened Chinese regulations.
Perhaps the most important trait that Iranians have developed from living in a highly-censored society, says Simin Kargar, is determination.
“One of the major consumers of [online] porn content … [is] Iranians. That is the type of content [which...
This week, the Internet Monitor covers the Moscow protests for Internet freedom, Iran’s increased efforts to filter social media, Verizon’s flirt with net neutrality violations, and a Global Voices study on Facebook’s Free Basics.
After Liu Xiaobo’s death on July 13, Chinese censors knew they had to work quickly. After all, Liu had been a prominent activist for democracy while alive, an integral figure in the Tiananmen Square protests – who just so happened to pass away...
UK Takes Measures to Crack Down on Internet Pornography
The United Kingdom will announce plans on July 24 to tighten restrictions on sites containing sexually explicit content. These plans will require all sites designated as pornographic to...
In this blog post, we’ll explain the technical difference between an HTTP and an HTTPS connection, and more importantly -- what this means for those wanting to censor the Internet.
This week, Internet Monitor takes a look at China’s latest crackdown on VPNs, restricted Internet access in the Gaza Strip, and the July 12 day of action for net neutrality.