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Kashmir's Internet suspension fits pattern of restrictions - CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)

Kashmir's Internet suspension fits pattern of restrictions - CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog) | Human Rights | Scoop.it
CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog) Kashmir's Internet suspension fits pattern of restrictions CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog) Authorities said they cut off Internet access on mobile phones as a "precautionary measure" to curb rumors and further...
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Curbing the flow of information during heightened periods of tension has become routine business by authorities in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Access to mobile Internet service was suspended Thursday after violent protests erupted in the state. 

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Human rights on the internet: online, you have rights too - The Guardian (blog)

Human rights on the internet: online, you have rights too - The Guardian (blog) | Human Rights | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog) Human rights on the internet: online, you have rights too The Guardian (blog) Legally dubious forms of internet surveillance are already underway given GCHQ's complicity in the US National Security Agency's global surveillance...
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How many online users are aware of their online rights? May have fallen victims of cyber bullying and abduction. 

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There is no right 'to be forgotten' by internet search engines - UK Human Rights Blog (blog)

There is no right 'to be forgotten' by internet search engines - UK Human Rights Blog (blog) | Human Rights | Scoop.it
There is no right 'to be forgotten' by internet search engines UK Human Rights Blog (blog) This reference to the European Court of Justice (CJEU) concerned the application of the 1995 Data Protection Directive to the operation of internet search...
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So many times we advocate for human rights withour advocating for freedom. Now, search engines like Google can hold information about you for as long as you live even if you wanted to get rid of it. This has so many implications, both positive and negative.

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