Introducing ‘Chaos and Control:The Competing Tensions of Internet Governance in Iran’

Check out the latest report from Small Media, “Chaos and Control: The Competing Tensions of Internet Governance in Iran.” The report examines the international backdrop of internet governance against which Iran’s internet regulations are formulated.This project was undertaken with support from the Internet Policy Observatory. Click here to view the full report.

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Internet Censorship: A Game of Cat and Mouse

//In light of Google Ideas’ uProxy tool announcement, AnOx 2013 alumnus Temitope Lawal reviews governments’ employment of censorship and surveillance online, and the growing efforts by internet users to circumvent these restrictions to fulfill their right to freedom of expression, access to information, and…

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Arash Abadpour on a “Better Internet” in Iran

CGCS interviewed Arash Abadpour, blogger, researcher, and engineer, about his “Open Letter to the Future President of Iran,” in which Iranian Internet users described their version of a “better Internet” in a letter addressed to President- Elect Hassan Rouhani. Arash…

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