Eleanor Marchant, a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication, introduces her new report which challenges existing Western theories of innovation using Kenya as a case study. This report is part of CGCS’s ICTs, Statebuilding, & Preacebuilding in Eastern Africa Project. For the full report, please click here.
On November 25th, CGCS hosted Susan Benesch, a Faculty Associate of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Havard and a human rights professor at American University’s School of International Service. Susan discussed her ongoing research on “dangerous speech”…Read More
On November 7th, CGCS hosted Lucy Purdon, ICT Researcher at Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB), who discussed the key findings and recommendations of IHRB’s recent case study report focusing on ICT companies’ role in preventing the spread of hate…Read More
Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a survey of the week’s developing media news. Vietnam Announces Fines for Social Media “Propaganda” Against the State Fines of 100 million dongs ($4,740 USD) will now be given to anyone in Vietnam criticizing…Read More
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…Read More