Join GW Law's Global Internet Freedom Project and the GW Law Alumni Association as they host a Q&A and panel on the law of Net Neutrality.
Preventing and countering violent radicalization is fast becoming a central component of numerous national counter-terrorism strategies.
The Global Internet Freedom & Human Rights Project hosted this conference on current issues surrounding the use of the Internet.
Binging On FreeBee Data: Is Zero-Rating Reasonable or Unreasonable under the Open Internet Order and Net Neutrality Principles?
Join GW Law's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project about zero-rating under the open internet order and net neutrality.
The panel was held at the Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference (RightsCon) on April 1, 2016.
Is the legal battle about Apple writing code to bypass its operating system's security features and allow the FBI to try a brute force attack to crack the encryption used in a terrorist's p
This panel featured experts from business, policy making, civil society and academia who addressed the challenges posed by "zero-rating," the commercial practice of allowing mob
Danielle Citron, Professor of Law at University of Maryland Law School and a leading authority on privacy and civil rights, discussed her new book Hate Crimes in Cyberspace, published
The Net Neutrality and Global Internet Freedom Conference, sponsored by GW Law's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project, focused on the impact of net neutrality and net discrimination
The Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Distinguished Speaker Series hosted Yochai Benkler, the Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies at Harvard Law School,
If Google censors your blog post or surveils your email, the First and Fourth Amendments do not apply, because Google is not a state actor.
Professor Dan Solove addressed recent revelations about NSA surveillance and the legality of these activities.
At the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe's Internet Freedom 2013 Conference, Professor Dawn Nunziato argued that although countries throughout Europe have different substanti
The freedom of the Internet is at risk as governments that feel threatened try to suppress freedom of expression and access to information. Dr. Vinton G.
Join the Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project as they host Rebecca MacKinnon.
The University of Groningen and GW Law hosted this path-breaking transatlantic conference on Global Online Freedom and Corporate Responsibility.
A journalist and activist, Rebecca MacKinnon examines the intersection of the internet, human rights, and foreign policy. As a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, Ms.
The U.N. Human Rights Council appointed Frank La Rue to the post of special rapporteur in March 2008.
In addition to his role as research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, Dr.