Media Law Roundup: November 8th

Indian Election Commission Issue Campaign Social Media Guidelines On October 25th the Election Commission of India released guidelines to regulate political campaigns on social media sites. The guidelines ask all political parties to pre-certify advertisements before they are posted on…

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Internet Censorship: A Game of Cat and Mouse

//In light of Google Ideas’ uProxy tool announcement, AnOx 2013 alumnus Temitope Lawal reviews governments’ employment of censorship and surveillance online, and the growing efforts by internet users to circumvent these restrictions to fulfill their right to freedom of expression, access to information, and…

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Citation-Filtered

Using proxy servers in Iran, researchers Collin Anderson and Nima Nazeri scanned 800,000 Persian language Wikipedia articles. Every blocked article was identified and blocked pages were divided into ten categories to determine the type of content to which state censors are most adverse.

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Media Law Roundup: October 2013 Edition

After a short hiatus, welcome back to the Media Law Roundup. This edition provides a survey of October’s media news. Alliance for Affordable Internet to Promote Regulatory Reform for Cheaper Internet A new group of industry, civil society, and government…

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