Category Archives: Tech and Human Rights

Cyberlaw Clinic Works With TaSC to Submit UN Comment

On February 15, the Technology and Social Change Team at the Harvard Shorenstein Center (TaSC) submitted a comment drafted by the Cyberlaw Clinic to the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression, Irene … Continue reading

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Lockdown and Shutdown: New White Paper Exposes the Impacts of Recent Recent Network Disruptions in Myanmar and Bangladesh

The Cyberlaw Clinic and International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School were proud to co-author a new white paper, Lockdown and Shutdown: Exposing the Impacts of Recent Network Disruptions in Myanmar and Bangladesh, in collaboration with Athan, the Kintha Peace and … Continue reading

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Access Denied: New White Paper on How US Copyright Policy Negatively Impacts Free Expression Worldwide

The Cyberlaw Clinic was proud to partner with Article 19 Mexico and Central America to author a new white paper, Access Denied: How Journalists and Civil Society Can Respond to Content Takedown Notices (DMCA-digital-english_FINAL) / Acceso Denegado: ¿Cómo pueden responder los y las periodistas … Continue reading

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Clinic Supports Access Now to #KeepItOn in Indonesia

Last week, a court in Indonesia ruled that internet shutdowns which the government had imposed in Papua and West Papua in 2019 were illegal. The shutdowns were a part of the government’s strategy — which also included the use of … Continue reading

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