The number of reports published on human rights on the internet in the last year alone is staggering. Who has the time to read them all? The good news is you don’t have to. If you take the time to read one report, make it GISWatch 2011.
- Matthias C. Kettemann, Co-Chair Internet Rights & Principles Coalition
While hidden cameras can document and flag human rights abuses by authoritarian governments, these same videos can then be used to identify dissidents who are later detained and tortured, explains David Sasaki in his introduction to this year’s Global Information Society Watch, which focuses on transparency and accountability online.
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