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GISWatch publication a "slice into the ICT policy pie"

JOHANNESBURG 21 February 2012 (APC for APCNews)

Since 2007, APC and Hivos have been publishing Global Information Society Watch, a yearly watch dog report wthat focuses on a new topic and rising issue each year. APC asks contributors and readers about the value of this unique publication.

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APC welcomes expert panel on freedom of expression

WELLINGTON 20 February 2012 (APC for APCNews)

On 29 February 2012, the Human Rights Council will convene an expert panel in Geneva to discuss the issue of freedom of expression on the internet. Drawing on the report of the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression, the panel will focus on ways to promote freedom of expression online in accordance with international human rights law.

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APC welcomes expert panel on freedom of expression

20 February 2012
WELLINGTON 20 February 2012 () -

On 29 February 2012, the Human Rights Council will convene an expert panel in Geneva to discuss the issue of freedom of expression on the internet.

APC proposes human rights as the main theme of the 2012 IGF

14 February 2012 (APCNews)

Check out APC’s one-page brief on why human rights should be the main theme in 2012.

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AWID presents significant moments for women's rights in 2011

8 February 2012 (GJ for APCNews)

A list of the significant moments for women’s rights in 2011. AWID presents a visual overview of the year through a women’s rights lens.

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Make the Connection! First winner announced

30 January 2012 (APCNews)

The first winner of the Connect Your Rights: Make the Connection contest is Charlie Parra del Riego for his hilarious SOPA Guitar Solo. To learn how you can submit your own content, check out our call for submissions.

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No copyrights without human rights - APC joins the SOPA blackout

JOHANNESBURG 18 January 2012 (APC for APCNews)

On January 18th, APC joined dozens of sites and organisations in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect-IP Act (PIPA) by blacking out. These two bills, if passed, represent an unprecedented threat to the open internet as we know it, with impacts felt far beyond the borders of the United States.

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No copyrights without human rights - APC joins the SOPA blackout

18 January 2012
JOHANNESBURG 18 January 2012 (APC) -

Today, APC joined dozens of sites and organisations in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect-IP Act (PIPA) by blacking out. These two bills, if passed, represent an unprecedented threat to the open internet as we know it, with impacts felt far beyond the borders of the United States.

Access to the internet and human rights - thanks Vint!

WELLINGTON 16 January 2012 (Joy Liddicoat for APC)

APC responds to Vint Cerf’s recent column, “Access to the Internet is Not a Human Right”, with an open letter supporting his challenge to the technical community and engineers to put human rights to the forefront of internet design.

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Planet Text: How SMS Messaging is Changing the World

SMS messaging, better known as texting, is changing how many of us interact with each other on a daily basis. However, beyond just simple communication, it is astounding to see how texting is reshaping the lives of so many.

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