Internet governance

Priorities for the seventh Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2012

By APC (October 2012, APC )

APC will be taking a human rights approach to the 2012 IGF. We will analyse each of the main themes from a human rights perspective and aim to bring these to the fore during discussions, also focusing on a more inclusive range of human rights including women’s human rights. The brief provides the full scope of APC’s priorites at the 2012 IGF in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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The liability of internet intermediaries in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda: An uncertain terrain

By Alex Comninos (October 2012, APC )

This paper is part of a research project conducted on intermediary liability in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda. The paper draws on the independent research conducted by in-country researchers. The research includes five reports, as well as blog posts.

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APC at the 2012 IGF: Internet governance for sustainable human, economic and social development

30 October 2012 (APC for APCNews)

APC members and staff will be participating at this year’s Internet Governance Forum in Baku, Azerbaijan from 6-9 November 2012. Once again, APC is taking a leadership role by hosting and participating in a variety of workshops throughout the week. Find out where we’ll be…

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Intermediary liability in Africa: Baseline studies and summary report

By Various (October 2012, APC )
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Intermediary liability in Kenya

By Alice Munyua, Grace Githaiga and Victor Kapiyo (October 2012, APC )
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Intermediary liability in Nigeria

By 'Gbenga Sesan (October 2012, APC )

This paper looks at issues around intermediary liability and the legal and institutional environment in Nigeria, and draws conclusions based on these while making recommendations on how Nigeria can make the best of the on-going legislative processes that will define the liability of intermediaries.

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Intermediary liability in Uganda

By Ashnah Kalemera, Lillian Nalwoga and Wairagala Wakabi (October 2012, APC )

This paper explores regulations relevant to the responsibilities of intermediaries in Uganda. It cites incidences of content takedowns, attempts to block access to internet content, mobile content filtering and media persecutions, and the applicable sections of the law.

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Three views on the African web

CAIRO 25 October 2012 (FD for APCNews)

Earlier in October, APCNews crossed paths with three participants at the Africa Internet Governance Forum. Grace Githaiga of Kenya, Towela Nyirenda Jere of South Africa and Lillian Nalwoga of Uganda kindly agreed to provide perspectives on internet governance in Africa.

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Internet revolutionaries and conservatives meet once again

During three days at the end of September, the Colombian capital Bogota was host to the Latin American and the Caribbean fifth preparatory meeting for the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). A tale from the Latin American and Caribbean preparatory meeting to the Internet Governance Forum.

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Help shape the dialogue for the LAC Internet Governance Forum

QUITO 2 September 2012 (APC for APC)

APC is currently preparing for the 5th LAC preparatory Internet Governance Forum, to be held in Bogota, Columbia on 24-26 September 2012. We invite all actors interested in ICT for development, ICT policies and internet governance issues to help shape the dialogue agenda by completing a short survey.

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