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
March 6, 2017
Building the Internet Policy Research Community: Bridging Divides and Fostering Collaboration for Impact
This workshop at the IFF will seek to foster interaction between a diverse range of stakeholders (academics, researchers, hacktivists, civil society groups, policymakers) involved in conducting internet policy-related research or interested in better utilizing research and data for digital rights advocacy and policymaking efforts.
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…