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Digital rights in Russia 2017 - Reports

An analysis by Article 19 on the deterioration of freedom of expression online in Russia

Turkey Blocks - Monitoring tool

Turkey Blocks is a realtime feed of live data on large-scale blocking, throttling and internet shutdown incidents: Turkey's digital censorship observatory

Share Foundation - Stakeholders

The Share Foundation is an international NGO based in Belgrade (Serbia) focusing its activities on Internet and digital media as fundamental elements for achieving democratic change in society, as a tool for improvement of government accountability and transparency, and socioeconomic empowerment of citizens.

SHARE Defense is part of the Share Foundation and its goal is to fight for the public interest concerning digital rights within the fields of privacy, free speech, government transparency and efficiency, surveillance and human rights. SHARE Defense staff includes lawyers, analysts, journalists and technicians with an expertise in the protection of digital rights.

Online privacy for journalists. A must-have guide for journalists in 2017 - Manuals

 A guide for journalists and citizens on how to keep their data and sources anonymous when working in the cyberspace 

Online platforms (Eurobarometer) - Surveys

An opinion survey published in June 2016 explores the use of online platforms within the EU, focusing especially on search engines, online social networks and online marketplaces

E-Communications and the Digital Single Market (Eurobarometer) - Surveys

This opinion survey published in May 2016 explores the attitude of EU households and citizens towards new Internet-based communications services

Twitter transparency report - Datasets

Since 2012, Twitter Transparency Report highlights trends in information requests and removal requests addressed to the platform

Web Index - Indexes

The Web Index is designed and produced by the World Wide Web Foundation to measure the World Wide Web’s contribution to social, economic and political progress in countries across the world

Fighting for recognition: Online abuse of women bloggers in Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States - Academic Sources

This study argues that democratic potential of social media in democracies remains haphazard because online abuse is not fully recognized as entangling online and offline communication, constituted and constructed through technological, legal, social, and cultural factors. It is based on interviews with 109 bloggers who write about feminisms, family, and/or maternity politics. According to the findings 73.4% had negative experiences due to blogging and/or social media use

Online Course on Monitoring Hate Crime - Training

An online course on identifying, monitoring and countering hate crime and hate speech