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What are the biggest threats to digital freedom?
05 Mar 2013
BY SARA YASIN

Freedom of expression needs championing online as much as off. The internet and social media have opened up debate and interaction within and across countries, and transformed how we access and share information. But governments and companies are intervening in a mixture of ways to limit or even directly block, censor and monitor what we can do and see on the web.

This policy note highlights key threats to internet freedom and outlines our recommendations for protecting and promoting freedom of expression online.

Index Policy Note – Threats to Digital Freedom – December 2012:

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