Net neutrality

Infographic on net neutrality in Bangladesh
Infographic on net neutrality in Bangladesh 14 May 2018 Bytesforall Bangladesh

Bytesforall Bangladesh has prepared the following infographic on net neutrality in Bangladesh. It showcases the growth and penetration of internet over the years, its percentile representation in terms of connectivity, data usage, its relationship to social media usage, delivery of data based value-added services, examples of free or preferential services through mobile data network, laws, Act, regulations in support of net neutrality and/or fairness in competition. Net neutrality is rat...

Open letter from Latin American and Caribbean civil society representatives on the concerns about the discourse around fake news and elections
Open letter from Latin American and Caribbean civil society representatives on the concerns about the discourse around fake news and elections 17 January 2018

In the context of the Internet Governance Forum 2017 and growing international debates about the so called “fake news”, the undersigned organizations would like to express strong concerns about possible paths that the framing of the issue is taking. The terminology has been widely spread in rhetorics from the Global North, but we cannot import such a concept without taking into account the long history of media concentration and manipulation in Latin American and Caribbean region. Legitim...

APC.org top 10 most read stories in 2017
APC.org top 10 most read stories in 2017 21 December 2017 APCNews

What have our readers liked most during this year that is coming to an end? Check these stories out if you haven't had a chance to read them yet! What do we want to accomplish in 2017? For years, the internet has had a transformative effect throughout the world. Despite the increasing curbs on freedoms and rights, APC will continue to work on promoting access to a free and open internet to impr...

APC statement on emerging tension between corporate interests and users' digital rights
APC statement on emerging tension between corporate interests and users' digital rights 09 April 2017

The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is concerned over the adoption of encrypted media extensions (EME) by the main international standards-setting body for the web, the World Wide Web Consortium, a controversial move which would lead to excessive information controls and introduce security vulnerabilities. Read the full statement here.

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