GNI Signs Joint Letter Concerning Australian Basic Online Safety Expectations (BOSE)

In November 2021, GNI signed onto a joint organization letter authored by DIGI and submitted to Australian officials in response to Australia’s proposed  Basic Online Safety Expectations (BOSE) Determination. The letter, which was co-signed by 11 organizations in Australia and […]

2022-02-07T15:35:31+00:00November 12, 2021|Categories: intermediary liability, Issues, legal frameworks, Letter|Tags: , , , |

GNI Letter and Analysis: Draft Digital Platform Regulation in Chile

A proposed draft bill to regulate digital platforms in Chile — built around the concept of "digital freedom of expression — is likely to undermine these very rights. We articulate these concerns in our letter to lawmakers in Chile and subsequent analysis.

2021-10-29T13:31:30+00:00October 27, 2021|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, Letter, media releases|Tags: , |

GNI Letter and Analysis: Draft “Childhood Protection Law” in Colombia

The protection of the rights of children and adolescents are important and admirable aims, which GNI fully supports. However, as drafted, the proposed "childhood protection law" poses significant risks for freedom of expression and privacy, reflecting a rushed process, and including vague definitions, broad enforcement authorities for the executive, and significant obligations for intermediaries, including content filters.

2021-11-30T02:21:19+00:00August 30, 2021|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, Letter, media releases|

GNI Letter to UN Special Rapporteur Irene Khan: Restrictions on Freedom of Expression in Myanmar

In a letter to UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression Irene Khan, GNI raises concerns about ongoing restrictions on digital communications in Myanmar, including network disruptions, website blocking, and efforts by governmental actors to manipulate social media platforms.

Letter to Prime Minister Ardern and President Macron on the Christchurch Call

Given the potential ramifications for civil society, journalists, technology platforms, and global users, it is essential that the Christchurch Call is conducted in an open and inclusive manner. Substantively, GNI members underscore the importance of framing the call in international human rights language.

GNI Joins Coalition Opposing Proposal to Bar Privacy and Civil Liberties Board From Considering the Rights of Non-U.S. Persons

The coalition, which consisted of civil society groups, companies, and trade associations, urges the U.S. Senate to oppose a provision in the Intelligence Authorization Act for FY 2017 (Act, S. 3017). Read more for the full letter.

GNI Joins Coalition Letter to Senate regarding Section 603 of Intelligence Authorization Act

The Global Network Initiative (GNI) joined human rights and civil liberties organizations and trade associations to convey its concerns with a provision in the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 (S. 1705) in a coalition letter to Senate.

2019-01-29T16:27:21+00:00August 4, 2015|Categories: Issues, Letter, media releases, surveillance|Tags: , , |
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