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OSCE asks Turkey to change the laws allowing Internet blocking

EDRI-Gram Newsletter had an interesting piece of news about Internet censorship in Turkey. Please, find it below:



OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) Media Freedom

representative Miklos Haraszti asked the Turkish Government on 18 January to

change their Internet law in order to observe OSCE commitments and other

international standards protecting freedom of expression.



A survey commissioned by Haraszti's office, analyzing Turkey's… Continue

Added by Mojito on January 28, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

Ambassador Milton A. Wolf Seminar on Media and Diplomacy 2010

Ambassador Milton A. Wolf Seminar on Media and Diplomacy 2010: March 17 - 19, 2010
at the Diplomatic Academy Vienna, http://www.aaf-online.org/how-to-apply.90.html

Added by Mojito on January 27, 2010 at 4:16pm — No Comments

Internet Censorship in Ukraine

Ukraine may adopt a law that will enable ISPs to monitor user's and block their access to some online content. P.S. The presidential elections are in January 2010.

Here is the information from http://bmeyes.blogspot.com/2009/10/ukrainian-404-error-for-everybody-404.html



On October, 22nd 2009 Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada… Continue

Added by Mojito on October 31, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Plenary 2: Online Social Media – Governance Issues from a User Perspective

The discussion turned out to be active and hot, although there were not many new issues raised. In my opinion, the most interesting part of the discussion was the information about the practices and initiatives that are already in place.



The first part of the debates was dedicated to the role and integrity of social network websites in the life of current generation, especially the youth. It turned out that there were a couple of young people in the audience that did not have… Continue

Added by Mojito on September 15, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

EuroDIG, Workshop 4: Cybercrime and Cyber Security: Private-Public-Partnerships

This workshop was a useful one as it addressed emerging cyber security issues. Unfortunately, the question of PPPs was not addressed well, as most of the presentations were about importance of privacy and security.

One of the issues that most of the stakeholders agree is that child abuse needs to be prevented. Other issues are a subject to debate, among them phishing, malware and criminal money. There is also a danger of clashes of what to prevent. It is also a widespread perception of the… Continue

Added by Mojito on September 14, 2009 at 10:04pm — No Comments

EuroDig, Workshop 1: End-users access to and choice in services (Net Neutrality Workshop)

The workshop had an aim to discuss various Network Neutrality (NN) issues such as

* how to build the economic model for ISPs;

* how to provide a balance and keep openness of the Internet;

* how to strike a balance between businesses and users;

* how to find a balance for the regulators.

Each of the presenters made a presentation about NN issues mostly with regards to their countries, although there were some universal NN presentations as well.



Frode Sørensen,… Continue

Added by Mojito on September 14, 2009 at 9:35pm — No Comments

EuroDIG: Roundtable of European Parliamentary Perspectives Regarding Internet Governance

During this session the most relevant issues on IG from the point of view of the presenters were highlighted. Unfortunately, no concrete steps were proposed how to address these issues. Moreover, these issues were rather relevant to the developed countries with good infrastructure and absence of digital divide based on social stratification among their population. In the developing countries the question of internet access to the majority of the population is still crucial and it’s the major… Continue

Added by Mojito on September 14, 2009 at 8:35pm — No Comments

EuroDIG: Opening Statements by Stakeholder Groups

The opening session aimed to gather some of the key stakeholders in IG issues, mostly from governments. It was good that Georgios Kipouros from JEF had an opportunity to represent youth and its need for better IG and the issues that are relevant to young people first of all, such as privacy and data protection.

Basically, most of the IG issues were covered and the attitude of the presenters from the governmental agencies was rather positive and optimistic towards them, which means that… Continue

Added by Mojito on September 14, 2009 at 8:32pm — No Comments

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