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KeepItOn 2023 Report Internet Shutdowns

The most violent year: internet shutdowns in 2023

15 May 2024

Access Now and the #KeepItOn coalition documented 283 internet shutdowns in 2023 — the highest number since 2016.

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The most violent year: internet shutdowns in 2023
15 May 2024
The most violent year: internet shutdowns in 2023
#KeepItOn 2023 election watch

2023 elections and internet shutdowns watch

9 Feb 2023

Governments around the world continue to shut down the internet during elections. Join our 2023 elections watch to #KeepItOn.

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2023 elections and internet shutdowns watch
9 Feb 2023
2023 elections and internet shutdowns watch
Resisting the rise of digital dictatorship in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

In Central Asia, internet shutdowns are harming all kinds of rights

14 Dec 2022

The impact of internet shutdowns goes beyond undermining free expression. Here’s how internet shutdowns in Central Asian countries such as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan hurt people and damage entire economies, cultures, and societies.

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In Central Asia, internet shutdowns are harming all kinds of rights
14 Dec 2022
In Central Asia, internet shutdowns are harming all kinds of rights
Report: Digital dictatorship: authoritarian tactics and resistance in Eastern Europe and Central Asia|Resisting the rise of digital dictatorship in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Digital dictatorship: authoritarian tactics and resistance in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

13 Oct 2022

Dictators are using digital tools to repress and suppress democratic dissent, reinforcing digital authoritarianism. Our latest report looks at what’s happening in the EECA region, and how pro-democracy activists are fighting back against digital dictatorship.

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Digital dictatorship: authoritarian tactics and resistance in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
13 Oct 2022
Digital dictatorship: authoritarian tactics and resistance in Eastern Europe and Central Asia