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Human Rights 29 March 2016

Announcing the Internet Society's Internet & Human Rights Resource Center

Nicolas Seidler
By Nicolas SeidlerFormer Senior Policy Advisor

Are you looking for one place to visit to find the latest information about human rights on the Internet?  Would you like to learn more about the issues and projects around freedom of expression as it pertains to the online world?

We are pleased to announce the launch today of our “Internet & Human Rights Resource Center” at:

On this site you will find information such as:

– profiles of organizations working in this space
– our latest blog posts on human rights topics
– reports and data
– pointers to ISOC resources such as our policy briefs and statements
– videos, online polls and more…

We plan to update and improve this site on a regular basis and look forward to providing you one place to keep up-to-date on these critical issues.  I welcome your feedback – please contact me at [email protected] if you have ideas or information you believe we should feature.

Thank you for joining with us to create an open, trusted Internet where people can enjoy their rights online!

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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