intermediary liability

Civil society calls on Indian government to withdraw amendments to IT Rules
Civil society calls on Indian government to withdraw amendments to IT Rules 06 July 2022 Various

In this submission, APC and other civil society groups call on the Indian Ministry of Electronics and IT to withdraw the amendments recently proposed to the country's IT Rules and to commence a process of consultation on the proposed amendments.

International organisations call for withdrawal and reconsideration of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission Regulation for Digital, Social Media and OTT Platforms
International organisations call for withdrawal and reconsideration of the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission Regulation for Digital, Social Media and OTT Platforms 07 March 2022 Various

APC and other organisations believe the draft regulations are inconsistent with the international human rights framework, imperil people’s freedom of expression and right to privacy, and could put journalists, dissidents, activists and vulnerable communities, in particular, at greater risk.

Set me up, knock me down: Legal obligations of dating apps to address sexual violence
Set me up, knock me down: Legal obligations of dating apps to address sexual violence 10 December 2020 Divya Srinivasan for GenderIT.org

Recent reports reveal that hundreds of people experience sexual harassment and abuse on Tinder, but Tinder has largely ignored survivors. What is the legal and ethical obligation that dating platforms have when their platform is repeatedly used by sexual assaulters to prey on women and others?

EngageMedia's Pretty Good Podcast: What intermediary liability means for digital rights
EngageMedia's Pretty Good Podcast: What intermediary liability means for digital rights 24 September 2020 EngageMedia

On this episode of Pretty Good Podcast, Shita Laksmi, Executive Director of Tifa Foundation, chats with EngageMedia about internet intermediary liability, particularly in regards to disinformation on the COVID-19 pandemic and the role of the state in regulating content.

Due diligence and accountability for online violence against women
Due diligence and accountability for online violence against women 31 July 2017 Zarizana Abdul Aziz

This paper explores what online violence against women is; what can be done to stem and ultimately eliminate it; and whose responsibility it is to do so.

Internet intermediaries: The dilemma of liability in Africa
Internet intermediaries: The dilemma of liability in Africa 19 May 2014 Emilar Vushe Gandhi

In this editorial for a special edition of APCNews we look at the role of governments and the impact of regulations that hold internet intermediaries liable for content uploaded or circulated by users. We argue that protecting intermediaries is an important step for having a free and open internet and for promoting the development of regional content, and stress the importance of explicitly add...

Frequently asked questions on internet intermediary liability
Frequently asked questions on internet intermediary liability 19 May 2014

All the questions you have about internet intermediaries and their legal responsibility for illegal or harmful activities performed by users through their services.

Nigerians take stock of their transition to digital media
Nigerians take stock of their transition to digital media 03 March 2014 GS

A digital broadcasting roundtable, supported by APC and hosted by Paradigm Initiative Nigeria, took place on February 18, 2014, in Lagos. Participants included representatives from national NGOs, TV and radio stations as well as newspapers.

Why shouldn’t private companies regulate the internet? Experts and activists discuss intermediary liability in South Africa
Why shouldn’t private companies regulate the internet? Experts and activists discuss intermediary liability in South Africa 28 February 2014 Emilar Vushe Gandhi

SABC covered the meeting by interviewing project coordinator, Emilar Vushe Gandhi [From minute 15:00 on] Internet intermediaries are any companies that provide internet services, from physical networks to software developers.

Paradigm Initiative for Nigeria and APC raise awareness in Nigeria on internet intermediary liability
Paradigm Initiative for Nigeria and APC raise awareness in Nigeria on internet intermediary liability 05 September 2013 Maureen Nwobodo

With the recent plans of the Nigerian legislature to introduce liability to internet intermediaries in the country, there is a strong need to create awareness amongst its citizens. To shed light on this matter, Maureen Nwobodo, APC’s Google Policy Fellow, interviews Mr. Gbenga Sesan, the Executive Director Paradigm Initiative for Nigeria (PIN).

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