Working at the intersection of technology policy, human rights and corporate social responsibility, GNI seeks an energetic and experienced policy professional with a strong commitment to free expression and privacy. The deadline for applications is April 24, 2017. The role is based in Washington DC, but consideration will be given to candidates based elsewhere.
The CLFR is a detailed set of resources for academics, rights advocates and others that explores the legal environment affecting freedom of expression and privacy in jurisdictions around the world. These additions bring the total number of countries included in the project to 50.
GNI is deeply concerned by the government's statutory order that telecommunications operators block social media beginning Monday, December 19, when President Joseph Kabila’s second term of office ends.
The workshop used breakout groups to facilitate detailed discussions of three topics pertaining to shutdowns: connections to elections and moments of political importance, economic impacts, and technical considerations.
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