Global Internet Freedom Project

Global Internet Freedom Project

Global Internet Freedom Project

The Global Internet Freedom Project, co-directed by Professors Dawn Nunziato and Arturo Carrillo, was established in 2011 to promote a deeper understanding among researchers and policymakers of issues relating to the growing convergence of technology, Internet freedom, and human rights.

The Project focuses on a range of pressing contemporary issues, including cyber-violence and extremist content online; digital copyright and fair use; network neutrality; “fake news,” government surveillance and information privacy; the right to be forgotten; ICT industry self-regulation; and the right to compute, among others.