Benchmarking Demand: Pakistan and the Internet Users’ Perspective
New survey explores Pakistani Internet users' opinions on Internet censorship and regulation.
CLARIFYING GOALS, REVITALIZING MEANS: AN INDEPENDENT EVALUATION OF THE FREEDOM ONLINE COALITION
An independent evaluation of the Freedom Online Coalition
Multistakeholderism and Internet Governance: A Gateway to Open Democracy in Latin America?
New study analyzes the evolution of the multistakeholder model in Latin America’s democracies
Benchmarking Public Demand: Turkey's Contested Internet
New survey that explores Turkish public opinion on internet freedom
April 10, 2017
The workshop brings together young scholars, activists, lawyers, and technologists for an intensive five-day practicum on using methodologically rigorous, data-driven, and contextually appropriate research for advocacy.
While the idea to have a “Magna Carta” for the Internet, protecting online freedoms such as freedom of expression, online…
Do Chinese internet users need another Facebook? Probably not: An analysis of the regulatory and market conditions for the Chinese internet
2016 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute participant and PhD student at York University and researcher for Canadian Media Concentration Research…