Étiquette : ends of the Internet (Page 2 of 3)

«We’re speaking out because restricting access to lawful and valuable information is contrary to our mission as a company and keeps us from delivering the comprehensive search service that people expect of us. But the threat is much greater than this. These cases represent a serious assault on the public’s right to access lawful information. We will argue in court for a reasonable interpretation of the right to be forgotten and for the ability of countries around the world to set their own laws, not have those of others imposed on them».

Source : Defending access to lawful information at Europe’s highest court

«Si le gouvernement russe contrôle efficacement la plupart des médias traditionnels, en revanche les internautes indépendants défient ouvertement ses actions. Il est clair que les autorités considèrent ces utilisateurs indépendants du Web comme une menace qui doit être écartée» – Yulia Gorbounova.

Source : La Russie cherche à museler Internet

« The FCC wants to destroy net neutrality and give big cable companies control over what we see and do online. If they get their way, they’ll allow widespread throttling, blocking, censorship, and extra fees. On July 12th, the Internet will come together to stop them ».

Source : Join the Day of Action for Net Neutrality on July 12th

« The US Federal Communications Commission’s two Republican members told ISPs yesterday that they will get to work on gutting net neutrality rules « as soon as possible. »FCC Republicans Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly sent a letter to five lobby groups representing wireless carriers and small ISPs; while the letter is mostly about plans to extend an exemption for small providers from certain disclosure requirements, the commissioners also said they will tackle the entire net neutrality order shortly after President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20 ».

Source : FCC Republicans vow to gut net neutrality rules “as soon as possible” | Ars Technica

À la source de ces actions se trouve un groupe Facebook intitulé Citizens Against Single Gateway. Ce dernière a une inquiétude plus grave que le seul CCA : un projet de point d’entrée unique en Thaïlande pour l’Internet étranger, sorte de checkpoint bien sûr contrôlé par la junte. L’idée avait été enterrée octobre en 2015 suite au tollé général, mais a été remise au goût du jour mercredi dernier par le ministre de la Défense, Prawit Wongsuwon. Celui-ci a déclaré que ce portail était nécessaire « pour notre défense » contre des « attaques d’information » venues d’autres pays, notamment le Laos, culturellement et linguistiquement proche, où sont réfugiés un certain nombre de suspects de lèse-majesté.

Source : Censure, douane virtuelle : la Thaïlande resserre son contrôle sur Internet – Politique – Numerama

Web users in the UK will be banned from accessing websites portraying a range of non-conventional sexual acts, under a little discussed clause to a government bill currently going through parliament. The proposal, part of the digital economy bill, would force internet service providers to block sites hosting content that would not be certified for commercial DVD sale by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).

Source : UK to censor online videos of ‘non-conventional’ sex acts | Technology | The Guardian

Today the United Nations Human Rights Council agreed by consensus to a resolution supporting human rights online, despite efforts by hostile states to eliminate key provisions in the text. The landmark document specifically condemns internet shutdowns and renews 2012 and 2014 resolutions that declared, unequivocally, that human rights apply online just as they do offline.

Source : U.N. passes landmark resolution condemning internet shutdowns – Access Now

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