New Report! Life Interrupted: Centering the Social Impacts of Network Disruptions in Advocacy in Africa

Authored by Tomiwa Ilori of the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, the report surveys experts and practitioners from eleven countries in Africa where the Internet was disrupted for 1144 days total between 2011 and 2020.

GNI Analysis: Information Technology Rules Put Rights at Risk in India

Recently notified IT Rules in India, which follow a previous draft GNI commented on in early 2019, continue to pose significant risks for freedom of expression and privacy. Read GNI's letter to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and corresponding analysis of the Rules.

Addressing Digital Harms AND Protecting Human Rights — GNI Shares Recommendations for Policymakers

"Content Regulation and Human Rights: Analysis and Recommendations" uses human rights to analyze more than 20 recent, governmental initiatives that claim to address various forms of digital harm. The brief is the result of months of multistakeholder analysis by GNI’s diverse, expert membership, as well as six virtual consultations with government actors and other key stakeholders in Africa, the EU, India, Pakistan, and the UK.

GNI’s Submission to the Open Consultation on the EU Digital Services Act

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.

2020-09-29T17:14:47+00:00September 29, 2020|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, media releases, Publication|

Event Report: Multistakeholder Roundtable on Content Regulation in the U.K.

GNI convened representatives from civil society, academia, the ICT industry, and the U.K. government to consider the Online Harms White Paper in the context of the human rights framework, with four discussion topics: codes of conduct, duty of care, remedy, and privacy. GNI previewed the content regulation policy brief to be launched in the coming weeks.

2020-09-23T13:30:08+00:00September 23, 2020|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, Publication, reports|Tags: , |

Event Report: Multistakeholder Roundtable on India’s Draft Intermediaries Guidelines Amendments

Representatives from civil society, academia, the legal community, ICT companies, and policymakers in India joined a roundtable discussion to examine the Draft Intermediaries Guidelines through the lens of international human rights law, framed by a forthcoming GNI policy brief on content regulation and human rights.

2020-08-13T22:24:07+00:00August 13, 2020|Categories: feature, intermediary liability, Issues, issues highlight, Publication, reports|Tags: , |

“The Rights Foundation,” Launching the GNI Blog Series on Content Regulation and Human Rights

An introduction to the GNI blog series examining government efforts to address online harms around the world. Written by members and close collaborators, the series will provide practical guidance to those seeking to regulate content while upholding human rights.

Content Regulation and Human Rights: Report on a GNI Multistakeholder Roundtable on the Digital Services Act

On June 4, 2020, GNI hosted a multistakeholder roundtable discussion to examine key provisions of the anticipated European Union Digital Services Act through the lens of international human rights law. Held under Chatham House Rule, the online event was attended by nearly 70 guests, including EU policymakers and experts from academia, civil society, and ICT companies. Read more in the event report.   

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