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GNI Expresses Concern About the Freedom of Expression and Privacy Implications of Australia’s “Sharing of Violent Abhorrent Material” Bill

At a time when states around the world are considering various approaches to regulating Internet content, GNI is concerned that the government of Australia’s efforts to rush through the "Sharing of Violent Abhorrent Material" Bill could have significant negative impacts on freedom of expression and privacy for Internet users in Australia and beyond.

GNI Welcomes New Accredited Assessors

“We are pleased with our extended pool of 12 assessors. Identifying assessors with the optimal qualifications to successfully conduct assessments of member companies is essential to the credibility of GNI’s assessment process,” said Judith Lichtenberg, GNI Executive Director.

2019-03-15T15:23:10+00:00March 14, 2019|Categories: feature, media releases|

Understanding the Human Rights Risks Associated with Internet Referral Units

A review of Europe’s Internet Referral Units shows the need for greater transparency, remedy, and accountability. The proposal in the draft EU terrorist content regulation to expand government take-down referrals to companies poses similar, if not greater, risks for users' freedom of expression and privacy.

2019-02-25T14:32:35+00:00February 25, 2019|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, issues highlight, media releases|

GNI Submission on Draft Amendments to Intermediary Guidelines in India

GNI is concerned the amendments, as drafted, would place significant pressure on a wide range of ICT companies to monitor Indian users’ activities, remove content, and hand over data in ways that could unnecessarily and inappropriately impact users’ freedom of expression and privacy.

2019-01-31T23:46:36+00:00January 31, 2019|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, Publication|Tags: , , , |
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