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End-to-end encryption provides us with a secure space for free speech and should be expanded

In a new report, Privacy International explores the human rights implications of end-to-end encryption, and rejects proposals by governments, intelligence agencies and law enforcement agencies for access to the content of or the banning of this type of communication.

In MENA: Netflix content censored for violating “social and religious values”

Global content platforms operating in authoritarian countries throughout the region should prioritize free expression over financial profits.

The new UN high commissioner for human rights must be willing to call out powerful governments

“The new high commissioner will have his work cut out combating a difficult human rights environment across the globe. Whether it’s confronting crimes against humanity in Xinjiang, war crimes in Ukraine and Ethiopia, or racism in the United States, the rights chief’s most effective tools are robust investigations and a strong voice.”