India banned Facebook’s Free Basics app on February 8 after protests concerning net neutrality. CGCS Visiting Scholar Till Waescher explains what the ban means for domestic and transnational privacy advocates.
Dr. Anne Kaun is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Department for Media and Communication Studies at Södertörn University, Stockholm and a visiting fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. This article was originally posted on the Euro Crisis in the Press blog of the London School of Economics and can be located here.
//CGCS Media Wire provides a look back at 2012’s new and social media law, legislation and activism in Pakistan. CGCS writer Arzak Khan explains. 2012 showed netizens worldwide that new and social media can be used to advance societal ambitions…Read More
//CGCS Presents this week’s Media Law Round Up – a collection of stories that developed over the week dealing with International Media Law & Policy, Freedoms of Speech, Information and Expression, Censorship, Privacy and all things Web 2.0. //This week,…Read More