This week, Internet Monitor dives into censorship of pornography in India, new developments regarding the so-called right to be forgotten, a possible amendment to a law in Malaysia that regulates the Internet, and more.
Internet Monitor's Muira McCammon tries to make sense of Internet health and activism through the lens of Wikipedia's language-specific pages. Think Edward Snowden has a page in Pashto or Punjabi? Click here to find out!
This week, Internet Monitor reflects upon the closing of Google Moderator, YouTube's copyright woes in Russia, the latest partnership between the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom, Turkey's most recent Twitter ban, and the state of Snowden.
This week, Internet Monitor takes a dive into the passage of Russia's right to be forgotten bill, President Obama's ConnectHome initiative, and more. Check it out for your weekly dose of news about Internet freedom and life online!
This week, Internet Monitor looks at China's draft cybersecurity law, reports of Samsung and Google blocking LGBT apps in South Korea, the United Arab Emirates' decision to deport an Australian Facebook user, and the recent seizure of Darkode.
This week, Internet Monitor explores the politics of Russia's "right to be forgotten" bill, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative to bring technology and innovation to India, and British Prime Minister David Cameron's call to end strong encryption (which we hear could "ruin the internet").
Wikileaks is in the midst of releasing hundreds of thousands of Saudi government documents. Internet Monitor looks at the implications of the work of independent news organizations and civil society across the region to make sense of these documents.