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Report on Encryption, Anonymity, and the Human rights Framework

The annual report of the Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, David Kaye, is now available online.

The Ethics of Online Anonymity or Zuckerberg vs. 'Moot'

The Ethics of Online Anonymity or Zuckerberg vs. 'Moot' by Robert Bodle, PhD, College of Mount St. Joseph argues that anonymity in networked digital communications is indispensable as an enabler of other inalienable rights including informational privacy and freedom of expression.

Telecommunications Industry Dialogue Country Legal Frameworks

Five new reports published by the Telecommunications Industry Dialogue describe pertinent legal frameworks in Colombia, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and Russia, countries that represent the diversity of the Industry Dialogue companies’ global footprint. 

Geneva Digital Watch Newsletter - Issue 1, June 2015

Read or download Geneva Digital Watch - Issue 1, June 2015.

You receive hundreds of pieces of information on digital politics. We receive them, too. We decode, contextualise, and analyse them. Then we summarise them for you.

Future Challenges in Cyberspace

Future Challenges in Cyberspace GCSP Policy Paper 2015/4 by Aapo Cederberg now available.

'Cyber power is a global game changer. It brings along new asymmetries to power politics. All aspects of our lives and functions of our societies will be transformed by all-pervasive and hyper connected digitalisation. '

Internet governance developments in March

The IG Barometer for March showed that the past few weeks were more intensive for online privacy and data protection, net neutrality, jurisdiction, and the IANA transition process, compared to previous weeks.


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