September 30, 2021 A graphic of a woman sitting down hiding while hands from the digital world point and mock her.

Can Legislation Address Online Gender-Based Violence in Namibia?

Nashilongo Gervasius

The idea of an open internet is hinged on the tenet that all citizens can freely voice their opinions,…

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September 29, 2021 Screenshot of the Zoom webinar held with 2020 Open Internet Leaders

September 15, 2021 Photo by Kati at @xilophotography

The New Censorship: Why Protecting Journalists Online from Harassment is Critical to Press Freedom

Gideon Sarpong

The rise of social media platforms provides many opportunities to the more

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August 11, 2021 A picture of a smartphone with a COVID-19 tracking app open

Tracking the Tracking Apps: COVID-19 in SEE+: Action Items for Future Pandemics

Meri Baghdasaryan

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of public life. Virtually unprecedented, the public…

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August 05, 2021 Democracy that Delivers #276 image of Sheilah Birgen with podcast hosts

Podcast Announcement: Advancing Data Privacy and Protection in Kenya

Sheilah Birgen

On August 4, 2021, Open Internet for Democracy Leader (Leader)

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July 26, 2021 Image of the interior of Armenia's National Assembly

Armenia’s new digital disinformation bills threaten free speech and press freedom

Meri Baghdasaryan

In the wake of a recently reignited war with Azerbaijan in 2020, concerns about the spread of digital…

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July 21, 2021 Person holding a mobile phone with a screen that indicates contact tracing is taking place

Developing and Deploying New Technologies with Privacy in Mind: A Case Study on Contact Tracing Applications in Latin America

Paola Galvez

During the COVID-19 pandemic, contact tracing applications have been viewed around the world as a sound…

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July 01, 2021 A crowd gathered to protest, with a person holding a Nigerian flag