Internet Monitor examines the effects of HTTPS adoption on freedom of information.
Archive for August 2018
This post is part of an Internet Monitor blog series interviewing Internet researchers and advocacy organizations about their work and experience with Internet content control and Internet activity around the world. In this installment, IM Intern Mary Meisenzahl talks to Nighat Dad, founder of the Pakistan-based Digital Rights Foundation. Dad discusses how her organization promotes an open Internet in Pakistan, advocates for laws that will prevent cyber-harassment, and gives women in Pakistan the tools to stay safe online.
This week in review, Internet Monitor covers Internet shutdowns in Bangladesh and Ethiopia, and China blocking the BBC.
This week in review, Internet Monitor covers Internet access during elections in Cambodia and Mali, an OONI report on South Sudan, and Google’s plans to launch a censored search engine in China.