#KeepItOn report: internet shutdowns shatter dreams, endanger lives
Authorities in 29 countries shut down or interfered with the internet at least 155 times in 2020. Access Now’s new report, Shattered dreams and lost opportunities: a year in the fight to #KeepItOn, explores where, how, and why, the internet was deliberately switched off in 2020, and the long-lasting repercussions for communities across the globe.
Internet shutdowns report: Shattered dreams and lost opportunities — a year in the fight to #KeepItOn
Access Now and the #KeepItOn coalition report on internet shutdown news, exploring data from the entire year of 2020.
Informe: Sueños rotos y oportunidades perdidas: un año en la lucha por #KeepItOn
Tanzania ‘using Twitter’s copyright policy to silence activists’
Tanzania inatumia uzimaji wa mtandao kama silaha. Watanzania wazungumza.
Tanzania is weaponizing internet shutdowns. Here’s what its people have to say
Join us and share these 11 personal stories to show how the shutdowns in Tanzania are affecting people’s lives. Amplify voices from Tanzania.
Press briefing: elections and internet shutdowns
Bringing together regional and international experts to delve into the incidents of internet shutdowns documented in 2020 during elections, and explore how stakeholders can work together to raise awareness about these acts of repression, and hold governments accountable.