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Apple says it cares about digital rights. Unless you’re in China.

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Cambodian government refutes UN criticisms of internet gateway law

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Celebrating Mission

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Court Resolution Curtails Access to Information and Hinders Advancements in Transparency

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO: FURTHER INFORMATION: YOUTH ACTIVISTS RISK THREE YEARS IMPRISONMENT

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Digital health: an unprecedented acceleration of uses, but French people concerned about unequal access

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Freedom on the Net 2013 - A global assessment on Internet and Digital Media

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Law enforcement access to financial information: Council adopts negotiating position

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Morocco: Draft Law Regarding the Right to Access Information

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Murky past must be decisively pursued, but the how part matters and so is the credibility of information authority

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Newsletter A PUBLICATION OF THE WORLD ACADEMY OF SCIENCES - Vol.33

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Proactive Information Disclosure

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Publication Launch: Accessing Information at the Local Level

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RESTRICTIONS ON MOBILE PHONES AND OUTSIDE INFORMATION IN NORTH KOREA

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Right to Information

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Texas Politicians’ Attempts to Ban Books is Unlawful According to Civil Rights Groups

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They Don’t Understand the Fear We Have

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Tibet: China’s Crackdown on Monastery and Restrictions on Communications

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To Corporate Media, an Exercise Bike Ad Is More Newsworthy Than 3/4 of a Trillion for the Pentagon

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Weighing the pros and cons of sharing information among EU borders and security systems

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who decides our digital future?

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World Press Freedom Day Promoting and Protecting Press Freedom guarantees Information as a Public Good

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