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GNI Statement on Ongoing Information and Communications Disruptions in India

GNI is deeply concerned about reports of network disruptions across India, including in New Delhi, amid mass protests. GNI urges the government to consider its international commitments to freedom of expression and the risks disruptions pose for public safety, health and emergency services, the economy, and the news media.

2019-12-24T14:57:00+00:00December 24, 2019|Categories: feature, issues highlight, media releases, network disruptions|Tags: , |

Event Report: “The State of Digital Rights Due Diligence,” the 2019 GNI Annual Learning Forum

As the practice of human rights due diligence takes root in the technology sector, how can companies keep pace with new risks to freedom of expression and privacy? Read GNI members' lessons learned from ten years of HRDD and thoughts on the road ahead in the 2019 learning forum event report.

2019-12-12T13:41:11+00:00December 9, 2019|Categories: events, feature, media releases, reports, Resources|Tags: , |

Enhancing Understanding of Legal Trends Impacting Freedom of Expression and Privacy in the ICT Sector

The new and improved GNI Country Legal Frameworks Resource (CLFR) is Live! The CLFR centralizes and facilitates search and comparison across a repository of more than 50 country-specific reports on governments' authorities to access user data or restrict communications.

The Global Network Initiative (GNI) Seeks a New Independent Board Chair

Starting in March 2020, the new Independent Chair will be prepared to dedicate at least one-fifth of their time to working closely with the GNI Board, Executive Director and staff, participants and other stakeholders to strengthen GNI as a global standard and force for freedom of expression and the right to privacy across the ICT sector.

2019-08-28T17:01:31+00:00August 6, 2019|Categories: feature, media releases|

GNI Submission to the Consultation on the UK Online Harms White Paper

We are concerned that the approach outlined in the White Paper is both too broad and unnecessarily vague. We ask the government to take the time necessary to narrow and flesh-out its approach in more detail, in broad consultation with all stakeholders and before moving forward with legislation, in order to protect freedom of expression online, promote innovation and competition, and provide the coherence and certainty that the government seeks to deliver.

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