Tracking Global Online Censorship
Seguimiento del impacto de la moderación de contenidos en la libertad de expresión en todo el mundo.

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From The Intercept:

Facebook's Ukraine-Russia Moderation Rules Prompt Cries of Double Standard

Platform policy and governance Global Perspectives
From Mnemonic:

Oversight Board Case on Graphic Human Rights Documentation from Sudan Has Big Implications

Platform policy and governance Global Perspectives
From The Guardian:

Flood of Russian misinformation puts tech companies in the hot seat

Platform policy and governance Global Perspectives
From :

The Internet is a Force Multiplier for Ukraine

Platform policy and governance Global Perspectives
Basic From Committee to Protect Journalists:

How social media regulation could affect the press

Global Perspectives
Basic From CJR:

Online censorship is growing in Modi’s India

Global Perspectives
Advanced From Santa Clara Principles on Transparency and Accountability in Content Moderation:

Santa Clara Principles 2.0 Open Consultation Report

Global Perspectives
Basic From TechDirt:

Social Media Regulation In African Countries Will Require More Than International Human Rights Law

Global Perspectives
Advanced From 7amleh:

Hate Network Hate Speech on Social Media Platforms in the Palestinian Context and its Impact on their Digital Rights

Global Perspectives
Advanced From POMEPS Studies 43: Digital Activism and Authoritarian Adaptation in the Middle East:

Digital Orientalism: #SaveSheikhJarrah and Arabic Content Moderation

Global Perspectives
Advanced From Information, Communication & Society:

The Stepping into Visibility Model: reflecting on consequences of social media visibility – a Global South perspective

Global Perspectives
Basic From The Conversation:

To protect our privacy and free speech, Canada needs to overhaul its approach to regulating online harms

Global Perspectives
Basic From Human Rights Watch:

Indonesia: Suspend, Revise New Internet Regulation

Global Perspectives
Basic From Rest of World:

New laws requiring social media platforms to hire local staff could endanger employees

Global Perspectives
Advanced From Iowa Law Review:

Social Media as Contractual Networks: A Bottom up Check on Content Moderation

Global Perspectives
Basic From Epicenter Works:

How Austria wants to implement upload filters and ancillary copyright

Global Perspectives
Basic From The New Arab:

Twitter and India play tug-of-war with democracy

Global Perspectives