Rocio CamposOn Wednesday 25 April, the Ranking Digital Rights Project (RDR) launched its third Corporate Accountability Index – ranking [...]
Event Report: GNI & UNESCO host Improving the Communications and Information Ecosystem to Protect the Integrity of ElectionsGNI and UNESCO partnered for two feature sessions: “network availability, security and integrity around elections,” and "enhancing quality of information and elections.”
David SullivanSection 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) authorizes elements of the US Intelligence [...]
David SullivanIn London on October 6, 2017, GNI convened a range of relevant stakeholders for "Addressing [...]
GNI Hosts 2017 Annual Public Learning Forum: “Internet Freedom and the New Era of Censorship and Surveillance”Watch the event on YouTube. On June 21, the 2017 GNI Annual Public Learning forum brought together [...]
David SullivanGNI Annual Public Learning Forum Internet Freedom and the New Era of Censorship and Surveillance [...]
GNI led sessions on the economic costs of network and communications disruptions and shutdowns, shifting trends in country legal frameworks affecting companies’ abilities to respect rights in their operations, and GNI's multi-stakeholder approaches to advancing privacy and freedom of expression in the ICT sector.
Experts from government, civil society and companies explored how human rights can be upheld in public-private partnerships to counter violent extremism in social media.
The workshop used breakout groups to facilitate detailed discussions of three topics pertaining to shutdowns: connections to elections and moments of political importance, economic impacts, and technical considerations. | December 10, 2016 | Network Shutdowns |
GNI launched a new policy brief, "Extremist Content and the ICT Sector," and convened discussions on the imposition of government restrictions beyond borders. | December 2, 2016 | Right to Be Forgotten |