The Indian digital rights organization Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF) has joined GNI’s civil society constituency. IFF advocates for the protection of fundamental rights and deepened digital liberties as society becomes increasingly reliant on technology.
GNI welcomes Unwanted Witness as a member of the GNI civil society constituency. Based in Uganda, Unwanted Witness was established in 2012 to advocate for a free, open, and inclusive Internet that contributes to the realization of human rights and good governance.
GNI is pleased to announce that the digital rights and civic technology organization TEDIC, based in Paraguay, has joined GNI’s civil society constituency. TEDIC was also one of the 2020 GNI-Internews Fellows.
With exceptional experience advocating for rights-respecting Internet laws and policies, the participation of AfroLeadership, CIPESA, Derechos Digitales, Digital Empowerment Foundation, IPANDETEC, and SFLC.In creates new opportunities for GNI policy and learning activities.
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.
The Global Network Initiative is pleased to announce influential free speech campaign group and publisher Index on Censorship is to join GNI. Index on Censorship, Britain’s leading organization promoting free expression, will become the first non-founding NGO to join the multi-stakeholder organization. Susan Morgan, Executive […]