AnOx 2014


A Glimpse at India’s Surveillance Industry

Published on July 18th, 2014 | by cgcsblog

//2014 Annenberg-Oxford alumnus Maria Xynou takes a glimpse at India’s surveillance industry and issues with its regulation. India is known worldwide for its geeks, but what most people probably don’t realize is that along with its booming IT [&hellip... Read More

AnOx 2014


Modi’s new India: Digitized oppression?

Published on July 1st, 2014 | by cgcsblog

//2014 Annenberg-Oxford participant Maria Xynou explores the largely unregulated surveillance schemes in India that lack public and parliamentary debate. Xynou discusses what civil society and the government are doing to improve the situation, and what individuals can do to [&hellip... Read More

Internet Law and Policy


WSIS+10: Connected, and Unprotected

Published on June 20th, 2014 | by cgcsblog

//Will WSIS’s true legacy reflect connected, and unprotected? Shawn Powers, and assistant professor at Georgia State University, discusses the WSIS+10 High Level Event and why its outcomes are troubling for freedom of expression. The World Summit on the [&hellip... Read More

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