Tag Archives: internet governance

Netizen Report: Chinese Leadership & Censorship Edition

This edition was first published on 15 November at Global Voices Advocacy.

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This report was researched, written, and edited by Weiping Li, Renata Avila, Chan Myae Khine, Hisham Almiraat, Sarah Myers, and Rebecca … Read more


Why Internet governance matters for press freedom

This is a guest post by Rebecca Mackinnon.

As the annual United Nations-run Internet Governance Forum (IGF) convenes in Baku, Azerbaijan this week, it is a bitter irony that a multi-stakeholder conference to discuss the Internet’s future is being held in a country … Read more


Netizen Report: Cyber-Police Edition

This post was first published on 2 November 2012 at Global Voices Advocacy.

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This report was researched, written, and edited by Weiping Li, Chan Myae Khine, Hisham Almiraat, Renata Avila, Alex Laverty, Sarah Myers and … Read more


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Introducing the Global Voices Netizen Report

Many readers of this blog are likely familiar with Global Voices (GV), the international citizen media website that I co-founded with Ethan Zuckerman in 2004. While the main site curates, translates, and contextualizes conversations and reports coming from all over … Read more