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8 July 2020

Hong Kong: More major internet and social media platforms stop processing requests for user data while conducting assessment of security law

Author: CNN Business

“Facebook, Google and Twitter won't give Hong Kong authorities user data for now”, 7 July 2020...

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8 July 2020

Hong Kong: Tiktok withdraws from city's app stores while Apple assesses security law

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“Apple under pressure to act after TikTok pulls out of Hong Kong”, 7 July 2020...

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7 July 2020
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Author: El Espectador

"Engaños y bots, la cruzada digital en contra de la JEP (I)" -7 de julio de 2020-...

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Story
7 July 2020

Belarus: A1 customers request compensation for shutting down Internet during opposition protests; incl. company response

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Article
7 July 2020

Bio-surveillance, invisible borders and the dangerous after-effects of COVID-19 measures

Author: Ayelet Shachar, openDemocracy (UK)

22 June 2020...

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Article
7 July 2020

Hong Kong: Facebook, Whatsapp and Telegram pause processing of requests for user data following passage of national security law

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“Facebook and WhatsApp pause Hong Kong user data requests”, 6 July 2020...

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Article
7 July 2020

In Belarus, A1 operator subscribers demand compensation for blocking Internet during unrest

Author: Digital Report

Note: This is an unofficial summary translation by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, the original article is available in Russian here....

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Company response
7 July 2020

Response by A1 Telekom Austria

Author: A1 Telekom Austria

On June 19 around 4 pm, there was a hardware failure in a critical component in one of the two data centers, which led to a significant reduction in mobile data network capacity and thus to a slowdown in mobile Internet access nationwide. Due to the...

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Story
3 July 2020

Hundreds of companies pause advertising on Facebook as part of civil society campaign to stop spread of hate & discrimination on the platform

On June 17, 2020 the Stop Hate for Profit campaign asked companies to act against hate and disinformation being spread by Facebook by temporarily pausing advertising on Facebook and Instagram. The campaign includes ADL, Color of Change, Common Sense,...

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Article
3 July 2020
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Author: Alexandre Piquard, Le Monde

« Haine en ligne : le boycottage d’annonceurs oblige Facebook à fléchir » 29 juin 2020...

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