Internet freedom
Turkey social media law Turkish parliament approves new social media law raising fears of censorship and harassment  

The amendment in Turkey’s internet law comes after Erdogan’s warning of shutting social media sites over “immoral content” earlier this month

Facebook deletes Palestinian accounts Facebook deletes dozens of Palestinian activists’ accounts

Critics accuse Facebook of siding with the Israeli occupation and blocking the Palestinians’ right to freedom of expression and resistance in the past as well

India, the Land of Internet Shutdowns

India, which takes pride in being the largest democracy in the world, also has the highest number of internet shutdowns.

Voices from across the world demand the release of Ola Bini

On April 16, a press conference was held in Quito, Ecuador about Ola Bini’s case with his parents and lawyer, in which they highlighted the procedural irregularities of the case and the violation of his human rights

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