Posts tagged “Internet Law”
Four years after the ‘Arab Spring’, it is believed that empowerment of civil society in Latin America has been hampered by formal and informal structures of power, which – legally and illegally- are funneling digital manifestations of social grievances, thus avoiding significant challenges to the status quo.
Source: The Washington Post
Jordan’s king has endorsed a controversial new media law that critics say could severely stifle online expression.
Source: The Globe and Mail
Under YouTube’s approach, it is not okay to post material that criticizes the King of Thailand or denigrates the founder of the modern Turkish state, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare, written at the invitation of the Centre by an independent ‘International Group of Experts’, is the result of a three-year effort to examine how extant international law norms apply to this ‘new’ form of warfare.