New Case Studies Highlight Civil Society Responses to Internet Threats

New Case Studies Highlight Civil Society Responses to Internet Threats

CIMA's new digital report provides on the ground examples of groups that have successfully fought for policies and norms that strengthen Internet freedom and digital rights.

CIMA's new digital report, Advocating for Openness: Nine Ways Civil Society Groups Have Mobilized to Defend Internet Freedom, provides on the ground examples of groups that have successfully fought for policies and norms that strengthen Internet freedom and digital rights.

From the report:

The framework is an important starting point for more effective, coordinated effort to ensure that the Internet remains a welcoming place for democratic life. Its aim is to create a consensus around the values that should shape the future development of the Internet. But moreover, it also provides an avenue for understanding and sharing knowledge on the concrete strategies that can be put into practice in different contexts to make sure that the Internet remains a level playing field. The following nine examples demonstrate how citizen groups can mobilize to enshrine such democratic principles in cyberspace.