Internet governance

Looking back to move ahead: A recap of the WSIS+10 Overall Review

NEW YORK 23 July 2015 (Deborah Brown for APCNews)

The 2005 UN World Summit on Information Society set the tone for global discussions on internet and society that continue to dominate the sector. At the end of 2015, the UN General Assembly is holding a high-level meeting to review the WSIS, which again will profoundly shape the debate in the short and long term.

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WSIS+10: APC's statement on 'The way forward: Harnessing information and communications technologies for development'

NEW YORK 2 July 2015 (APC for APCNews)

Much still needs to be done to realise the WSIS goal of a “people-centered, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society”, where everyone can create, access, use and share information to fully promote sustainable development and improve their quality of life.

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APC speaks at WSIS Forum 2015, Geneva

GENEVA 26 May 2015 (APC for APC)

Hosted annually, the WSIS Forum is a space in which APC has participated actively since its inception. We are committed to the WSIS goal of a “people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society”; where everyone can create, access, use and share information to fully promote sustainable development and improve their quality of life. Our statement outlines ongoing efforts required to realise this goal.

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Statement on the occasion of the WSIS Forum 2015, Geneva 25 – 29 May

By Association for Progressive Communications (May 2015, APC )
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APC opposes internet content regulation proposed by South Africa's Film and Publication Board

JOHANNESBURG 25 May 2015 (APCNews)

If implemented, the Draft Online Regulation Policy proposed by the South African Film and Publication Board would, under the guise of child protection, pose serious threats to online freedom of expression. APC joins the many South African civil society and broader communications sector voices that are expressing their concern about the proposed regulations.

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Recommendations for the organisers of the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017

THE HAGUE 20 May 2015 (APC for APCNews)

Over the years, the Global Conference on Cyberspace (GCCS) has evolved from a space for developing principles for governing behaviour in cyberspace into a space to discuss emerging issues, particularly the relationship between internet rights and internet security. APC attended GCCS 2015 and has developed a statement on the issues discussed and what needs to be addressed before the next conference in 2017.

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APC statement on the Global Conference on Cyberspace, The Hague, 16-17 April 2015

By APC (May 2015, APC News )

We encourage the Global Conference of Cyberspace organisers to work closely with civil society groups and human rights defenders in the preparations for the event and to take local challenges fully into account, such as the hostile online environment that many journalists and human and women’s rights defenders have to confront.

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Charter of Demands challenges Pakistan's Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill

ISLAMABAD 7 May 2015 (APC)


The proposed Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill poses serious threats to freedom of expression and privacy in Pakistan. To challenge it, a Charter of Demands has been developed by Bytes for All Pakistan, Media Matters for Democracy, and supporting organisations, APC among them.

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Joint Statement on the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2015 Pakistan

By Bytes for All Pakistan (May 2015, APC )
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