This week, Internet Monitor covers a new report from Internet Society on Africa's Internet Economy, social media blocks in Pakistan, and a Detroit grassroots program bridging the digital divide.
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This week, IM covers Freedom House's annual Freedom on the Net report, a social media block in Somaliland, and a preliminary report on censorship practices in Cyprus.
This week, IM covers a Mozilla survey on the connected future, an Internet service disruption in the U.S., and Citizen Lab report on WeChat censorship
This week, IM covers Russia's new VPN law, Springer Nature blocking of articles in China, and Twitter's ban on Russia Today advertising
Week in review: CAIDA releases eye-opening report on DoS attacks, FCC postpones vote on Net Neutrality, and more
This week, IM covers Project Loon in Puerto Rico, Cameroon's Internet shutdown, and a Swazi campaign against YouTube
This week, IM covers Tanzania social media regulation, Weibo censorship, and the OnlineCensorship.org journalist resource kit
This week, IM covers Spanish Internet censorship, Saudi Arabia easing app bans, and a new Open Observatory tool.
“I never expected that making software would be activism,” said Griffin Boyce.
Boyce is a staff member at the Berkman Klein center whose interests include “urban gardening, painting, video games”—and most intensively, Internet privacy. When he’s...
This week, Internet Monitor covers India's block of the Wayback Machine, Rwanda and Kenya's open Internet during elections, and Vietnam's newly-approved censorship system.