This week in review, Internet Monitor covers the largest recorded DDoS attack, FOSTA making its way to the U.S. Senate, and China briefly banning the letter "N".
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Archive for 2018
This week, Internet Monitor published its latest research bulletin, in which Berkman Klein Center affiliate Simin Kargar argues that Iranians prefer internationally hosted content and tools to the Iranian National Information Network.
This week in review, Internet Monitor covers an Internet shutdown in the Sinai Peninsula, stories from the Internet Society's Indigenous Connectivity Summit, and The Bloggers Association of Kenya's State of the Internet Report.
This week in review, Internet Monitor covers Internet Society’s snapshot of post-hurricane Caribbean connectivity, a Russian human rights group's report on Russian Internet content controls, and Cambodia’s block of The Cambodia Daily’s website.
This week, Internet Monitor covers the U.S. State Department's new Cuba Internet Task Force, digital rights organizations intervention in Cameroon's Internet shutdown, and Thailand pursuing lèse-majesté charges against an activist for sharing a BBC article.
This week, Internet Monitor covers two shutdowns, one in Chad and one in the DRC, along with Chinese censorship of the Chinese #MeToo movement.
This week in review, IM covers Apple's transfer of Chinese iCloud data to a Chinese firm, Stanford CIS essays from Laws, Borders, and Speech Conference, and OONI probe's new messenger app tests.
This week, Internet Monitor covers Localization Lab's new series on contributor insights, Psiphon adoption in Iran and mounting criticism of Google blocking Iranian access to Google AppEngine.
This week, IM covers protests and Internet shutdowns in Iran and the DRC , as well as Germany’s online speech law