GNI calls on the government to rescind the Removal and Blocking of Unlawful Online Content Rules, engage in proper consultation, and consider GNI's recommendations for rights-enhancing regulations.
**GNI IS NO LONGER RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR THE EMERGING VOICES FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM**
GNI warmly welcomes applications for the next one-year GNI Emerging Voices Fellowship Program. The fellowship program seeks to further online freedom of expression and privacy around the world by facilitating […]
GNI is thrilled to announce that Frontiir, the leading Internet service provider based in Myanmar with two research centers in the U.S., and an office in Singapore, is joining GNI as an observer.
GNI welcomes Vivek Krishnamurthy in his independent capacity as the newest member of the GNI academic constituency.
GNI is seeking to expand its pool of accredited assessors to participate in its next cycle of independent assessments and is accepting applications from interested organizations from November 5, 2020 to November 30, 2020.
GNI welcomes Elonnai Hickok in her independent capacity as a member of its academic constituency.
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.
The DSA is expected to transform the regulatory environment for tech companies and have wide-reaching impacts beyond the EU. In our response to a European Commission consultation, GNI shares important considerations for protecting digital rights in three areas: 1) Safety and Responsibility; 2) Liability Regime; and 3) Governance and Enforcement.
Cloudflare is the first web-infrastructure and security company to join GNI as an observer. “We believe Cloudflare’s cybersecurity expertise will add great value to our diversity of perspectives on ICT and human rights,” said GNI Executive Director Judith Lichtenberg.