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11 June 2018

NGO proposes rights-respecting model for online content regulation by platforms

Author: Charles Bradley & Richard Wingfield, Global Partners Digital

"A Rights-Respecting Model of Online Content Regulation by Platforms," May 2018...

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28 June 2018

Majority of Internet infrastructure providers have not established adequate safeguards against human rights abuse, says new report

Author: Article 19

"Public interest, private infrastructure: barriers and drivers for adopting human rights standards in the Internet infrastructure industry," 5 June 2018...

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9 January 2019

India named among most dangerous countries for environmental journalists

Author: Kaamil Ahmed, Mongabay- India

"Journalists reporting on the environment faced increased dangers in 2018", 4 January 2019...

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14 January 2019

India: Call to support IIM Bangalore professor, reportedly censured for seeking action against Unilever

Author: Counterview, India

"Call to support IIM-Bangalore professor, censured for seeking action against Unilever", 9 January 2019...

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14 January 2019

India: Leading business school censures professor in connection with request to disinvite Unilever from recruitment event

Author: Akanksha Kumar, The Quint, India

"Want IIM-B to Walk the Talk on CSR: Prof on Disinviting Unilever", 11 December 2018...

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17 January 2019

India: Civil society raises concerns over censure of IIM Bangalore professor in connection with statements about Hindustan Unilever’s environmental record

In October 2018, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B), a leading business university, issued a censure against Associate Professor Deepak Malghan, requesting that he retract a statement encouraging management to disinvite Hindustan Uni...

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21 January 2019

Response from Unilever

Author: Prasad Pradhan, Hindustan Unilever Ltd

…The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore is an independent institution; any action taken by the institution against one of its faculty members, is their internal matter and it would not be appropriate for us to comment on this. ...

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24 January 2019

India’s cyber legislation is part of a worrying trend

Author: Quinn Libson, Asia News Network (ANN)

"India’s cyber legislation is part of a worrying trend", 17 January 2019...

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21 February 2019

Global assault on NGOs reaches crisis point as new laws curb vital human rights work

Governments across the world are increasingly attacking non-governmental organizations (NGOs) by creating laws that subject them and their staff to surveillance, nightmarish bureaucratic hurdles and the ever-present threat of imprisonment…...

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28 June 2019

Int'l human rights law as the common ground for govts. & cos. to rethink internet content moderation

Author: David Kaye, OneZero

"A New Constitution for Content Moderation", 25 Jun 2019...

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