To act now or not act: Clash of views on content regulation at internet forum

Today I sat in a workshop in Rio de Janeiro. A workshop in Rio de Janeiro? A capoeira, volleyball or football workshop, you must be thinking. Even though I’m just 25 metres away from a beautiful beach, imagine, I sat in a room in a hotel, full of people with laptops… on their laps. Such is life in the second Internet Governance Forum. And let me tell you that it’s worth it. One of the 97 workshops unfolding here in Rio was called “Content regulation and the duty of states to protect fundamental rights”, brought to you by the APC’s women’s programme, the APC WNSP for all of you acronym-lovers. Read the full article on Feminist Talk.

Today I sat in a workshop in Rio de Janeiro. A workshop in Rio de

Janeiro? A capoeira, volleyball or football workshop, you must be

thinking. Even though I’m just 25 metres away from a beautiful beach,

imagine, I sat in a room in a hotel, full of people with laptops… on

their laps. Such is life in the second Internet Governance Forum. And

let me tell you that it’s worth it. One of the 97 workshops unfolding

here in Rio was called “Content regulation and the duty of states to

protect fundamental rights”, brought to you by the APC’s women’s

programme, the APC WNSP for all of you acronym-lovers. Read the full article on Feminist Talk.

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