Iran targets Instagram, Ukraine asks for local Facebook office, and more, in our Week in Review.
- Week in Review: May 13, 2015
- Week in Review: May 6, 2015
- Week in Review: April 29, 2015
- Week in Review: April 22, 2015
- Week in Review: April 15, 2015
- Week in Review: April 8, 2015
- #IMWeekly February 13, 2015
- #IMWeekly: February 6, 2015
- New Internet Monitor report: "Arab Religious Skeptics Online"
- "Platforms and Policy" essay collection now on Medium
Canadian town outlaws insulting police officers online, rights experts condemn Internet kill switches, and more, in our Week in Review.
Parliamentary web filter accidentally blocks former Australian PM's website, jailed Zone9 bloggers mark one year in prison without trial, and more, in our Week in Review.
Google institutes new search algorithms that favor mobile-friendly sites, Tanzanian cybercrime bill causes concern, and more, in our Week in Review.
Holograms protest in Spain, Russia bans celebrity memes, Twitter suspends 10,000 ISIS-linked accounts, and more, in our Week in Review.
Bahraini human rights activist arrested over tweet, Mexican campaigns work to identify government propaganda bots, Turkey blocks Twitter and YouTube, India considers net neutrality, and more, in this week's Week in Review.
Russia is pushing to ban Tor, Cuba gets Netflix, and more in this week's #IMWeekly.
FCC proposes new net neutrality regulations, UK launches "Facebook Warrior" brigade, Reddit issues first transparency report, and more, in this week's #IMWeekly.
We finish posting our annual report essays on Medium this week with the "Platforms and Policy" collection. The collection contains eleven essays as well as new art by Berkman Center Fellow and Internet Monitor annual report contributor Willow Brugh.