Terrorist Content Regulation: the fight for fundamental rights isn’t over
Ahead of a meeting of shadow rapporteurs in the trilogue discussions on the EU Terrorist Content Regulation, we provide recommendations to ensure the final text remains in line with human rights standards.
New police powers in Hong Kong threaten human rights online
Hong Kong’s new national security law grants sweeping powers to block content, search devices, and intercept communications without independent judicial oversight.
No summer break for free expression in Europe: Facebook cases that matter for human rights
Three cases in the European Union that involve Facebook have broad implications for intermediary regulation and the future free expression online. Eliska Pirkova explains.
Australia’s plans for internet regulation: aimed at terrorism, but harming human rights
Writing sound policy to address challenges linked to online speech (even “terrorist” content) requires a carefully considered, measured, and proportionate approach.
Fighting censorship during the 2018 elections season
Countries around the world are preparing themselves for a heated 2018 election season. Free expression advocates are equally preparing to fight back against the rising tide of election-related censorship.
Call for participation: The Turn to Artificial Intelligence in Governing Communication Online
Europol’s Internet Referral Unit risks harming rights and feeding extremism
Tasking private, third-party actors with policing expression online may do more harm than good.