This week in review, Internet Monitor covers Internet regulations in Tanzania, a fake news bill in France, Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law, the end of net neutrality in the United States, and Oracle’s new Internet Intelligence Map.
This week, Internet Monitor covers Beijing censorship amidst evictions, a new CIPESA brief on Tanzania's content regulations, and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's net neutrality recommendations.
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.
This week, the Internet Monitor learns about the State of the Internet from Akamai, the use of machine learning in Alphabet’s Project Loon, the AT&T and China Mobile deal, the rollback of privacy rules in the FCC, and the arrival of 5G in 2020.
This week Internet Monitor explores the most recent updates on net neutrality in the US, how Singaporean government computers are going offline, the removal of pro-Palestinian content on Facebook and Twitter, and how Russian hackers are trying to learn more about Donald Trump.
This week Internet Monitor examines ongoing tension between Facebook and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), a visit by a group of European politicians to Saudi Arabia, Twitter's decision to shut down 125K accounts, and Facebook's removal of the "Ice Cream" painting.