This week, Internet Monitor looks at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, a small town in British Columbia, a Turkish meme gone awry, and an international initiative to collect animal memes.
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This week, Internet Monitor looks at the ITU's newest report on global Internet access, a mobile service provider boycott in Mali, and more.
The Civic Beat team is working on what is possibly the best Internet-related research project ever: a collection of culturally significant animal memes from around the world. Even better: they're looking for help.
The first iteration of "How Cats...
This Thanksgiving, Internet Monitor checks out the latest Facebook hoax, Anonymous' efforts to combat ISIS online, Internet filtering by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, and an Austrian lawsuit against Facebook.
I log into the Internet Monitor's Dashboard, load my Wikipedia Edits widget for "French Wikipedia," and suddenly, in real-time, I see a ticker of page names: Taikyoky ken, Les Sorcières d'Halloween 2, Machin (groupe), Coupe de Tunisie de football 2015-2016, Vars (Hautes-Alpes), Burdigala Production, L'Île mystérieuse, Land Rover Defender, Richard Ballarian. In this moment, I hesitate and chuckle to myself. Is this real?
This week, Internet Monitor reviews the (brief) return of Facebook to China, Wael Ghonim's case in the Egyptian courts, Facebook's evolving "Safety Check" feature, Turkey's Reddit woes, and the arrival of a new emoji for Diwali.
This week, Internet Monitor gives updates on a Berkman Center report on Internet Bills of Rights, a review of Turkish Internet laws by the European Commission, a Hungarian woman's mishap on Facebook, and ISIS' recent roundup of Iraqi Facebook users.
This week, Internet Monitor gives you updates on Australia's virtual passport pilot program, a Russian torrent site's problems, Twitter's controversial heart, and the publication of the British Draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
Internet Monitor, a project of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, is delighted to announce the publication of "Beyond the Wall: Mapping Twitter in China," the seventh in a series of special reports that focus on key events and new developments in Internet freedom.
This week, Internet Monitor examines the latest Freedom House report on "Freedom on the Net," an online map made for and by refugees in Berlin, Telegram CEO's tussle with the Iranian government, and the case of two Turks accused of violating Article 299 of the Turkish Penal Code.