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Legislators urged to overhaul draconian cyber-crime bill

Portrayed as a response to the growing threat of cyber-terrorism, the latest draft of the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act falls far short of (...)

Published on 23 April 2015 Read

France

Human rights organisations alarmed by bill that will give surveillance agencies dangerous new powers

Under the new law, French intelligence agencies would be empowered to hack into computers and devices and spy on the communications of anyone who (...)

Published on 25 March 2015 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

«Репортеры без границ» проводят акцию по разблокированию 9 запрещенных информационных сайтов в 11 странах

В целях борьбы с цензурой интернета «Репортеры без границ» обеспечивают доступ к 9 запрещенным информационным сайтам в 11 странах, в которых они на сегодняшний день (...)

Published on 12 March 2015 Read

United Kingdom

UK rebukes producer of surveillance software

The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), Bahrain Watch, the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), Privacy International (...)

Published on 3 March 2015 Read

Tajikistan

Elections cannot be democratic without freedom of information

More than 4 million voters are called to the polls to choose 63 members from among 288 candidates. Although the vote has the appearances of (...)

Published on 27 February 2015 Read

United Kingdom

Prime Minister - journalism is not a threat to national security

Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) clearly has a strange view of journalism. “Journalists and reporters representing all types of news (...)

Published on 21 January 2015 Read

Internet

An Open Letter to the Members of the Wassenaar Arrangement

We, the undersigned organisations, call upon the 41 Governments that compose the Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls for Conventional Arms (...)

Published on 2 December 2014 Read

Internet

EU catches up, takes steps to control export of intrusion spyware, IP monitoring

These important steps demonstrate that policymakers are beginning to wake up to the real harm that exists in an industry that has previously (...)

Published on 7 November 2014 Read

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