jurisprudence

Cyrilla report calls on courts of South Asia to adopt a rights-based approach in rulings over digital rights cases
Cyrilla report calls on courts of South Asia to adopt a rights-based approach in rulings over digital rights cases 11 December 2020 APCNews

What is the trajectory of judicial discourse on digital rights in South Asia? A new report, Jurisprudence Shaping Digital Rights in South Asia, attempts to shed light on this question and more.

Jurisprudence Shaping Digital Rights in South Asia
Jurisprudence Shaping Digital Rights in South Asia 11 December 2020 Divya Srinivasan and Gayatri Khandhadai

Jurisprudence developed by courts are central to the understanding, application and implementation of laws. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have irreversibly impacted every walk of personal and public life, including how courts function and deliberate on rights.  

Nepal’s laws too vague to protect freedom of expression online, says new CYRILLA report
Nepal’s laws too vague to protect freedom of expression online, says new CYRILLA report 25 November 2020 APCNews

A new report, Unshackling Expression: A study on criminalisation of freedom of expression online in Nepal, explores how the legal framework in the country affects the right to free speech and self-expression in the digital sphere.

Unshackling Expression: A study on criminalisation of freedom of expression online in Nepal
Unshackling Expression: A study on criminalisation of freedom of expression online in Nepal 25 November 2020 Body and Data

“Unshackling Expression: A study on criminalisation of freedom of expression online in Nepal’’ by Body and Data, in collaboration with Association for Progressive Communications with the support of the CYRILLA project, is a study in continuation of the 2017 report Unshackling Expression: A study on laws criminalising expression online in Asia.

Unshackling Expression: A study on online freedom of expression in Indonesia
Unshackling Expression: A study on online freedom of expression in Indonesia 19 November 2020 Alghiffari Aqsa

This report aims to provide an overview of the fulfilment and protection of online freedom of expression, identify specific issues related to laws that are often used against it, and also provide recommendations for improvements related to online freedom of expression in Indonesia.

Indonesia doing worse in terms of promoting freedom of expression online according to new CYRILLA report
Indonesia doing worse in terms of promoting freedom of expression online according to new CYRILLA report 19 November 2020 APCNews

Does Indonesia have laws in place to protect its citizens’ right to free speech and expression online? Are these laws being implemented in a way that promotes human rights, or are the same laws being used to curtail them? These are the questions tackled in this new report.

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