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Jinbonet, 20 years defending internet rights in Korea

For the last 20 years, Jinbonet has been a consistent and courageous voice in resisting state regulation of the internet that violates people's rights in Korea.

KICTANet: Is privacy a concern for mobile phone users in Africa?

Is privacy a concern for mobile phone users in Africa? How important is it to raise awareness about this issue? APC member KICTANet explores these questions in a series of interviews gathered in this video.

Conversations with campaigners: Looking back at 2018’s Take Back the Tech!

Each year, Take Back the Tech! brings together activists and organisations from around the world for 16 days to discuss, raise awareness and develop strategies to address the issue of online gender-based violence.

What is a feminist approach to research and documentation of online gender-based violence?

As we embark on a new year of #metoo and other forms of powerful testimonial movements, the wisdom shared in January’s Take Back the Tech!

#KeepitOn: Joint letter on keeping the internet open and secure in Nigeria

The #KeepItOn Coalition, made up by more than 180 organisations from over 68 countries, including APC, calls on the Nigerian authorities to keep the internet open during the upcoming elections in the country.

Joint statement of solidarity with Maria Ressa and Rappler; call for all charges to be dropped

SEAPA and other organisations, including APC, express concern over the unwarranted arrest of Rappler’s chief executive officer Maria Ressa on 13 February 2019 based on libel charges arising from a story published almost seven years ago by t

Philippines: Foundation for Media Alternatives denounces arrest of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa

As advocates of human rights and communication rights, FMA stands by press freedom and free speech as fundamental to civil liberty, especially at a time when the very foundations of democracy are under threat.

Inside the Information Society: Fifteen years in fifteen minutes

David Souter's blog returns from its winter break with a review of the fifteen years since the World Summit on the Information Society - and how it should be viewed in future.