Digital civic space under attack
Targeted cyber attacks against civil society can lead to imprisonment, torture, and even death. Our emerging norms and policies must protect the most vulnerable among us.
Against the Constitutional Law of Cyberspace bill of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
The undersigned organizations and citizens express our concern about the Constitutional Law of Cyberspace bill of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, a document that has been leaked to the media. According to the information received, the bill could be approved this month, January 2019, by the Constituent National Assembly (ANC).
Global Conference on Cyber Space heavy on “cyber,” light on solutions
Last week representatives from government, the corporate sector, civil society, and academia flocked to the Hague in the Netherlands for the Global Conference on Cyberspace (GCCS) to talk about freedom, growth, and security online. Despite two day’s worth of sessions and side events, little of substance was accomplished when it comes to protecting internet users’ freedom or bulwarking the security of the internet.