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[liberationtech] Monitoring Information Controls During the Bali IGF: New Citizen Lab post
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Fri Oct 25 08:57:15 PDT 2013
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On 25-Oct-2013, at 9:08 PM, Ronald Deibert <r.deibert at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Dear Libtech
> Citizen Lab is publishing a series of blog posts/reports on "Monitoring Information Controls During the Bali IGF."
> There is a framing post here, which we published at the beginning of the IGF 2013 event:
> And then three subsequent reports cover the following topics:
> IGF 2013 (Part 1 of 4): Overview of Indonesian Internet Infrastructure and Governance:
> IGF 2013 (Part 2 of 4): Analyzing Content Controls
> IGF 2013: (Part 3 of 4): Exploring Communications Surveillance in Indonesia
> A final post on the IGF event will be forthcoming.
> We undertook the research and wrote these posts during the IGF event itself, using a variety of methods, with the collaboration of our
> Indonesian civil society partners (who wish to remain anonymous at this time). We would also like
> to thank Collin Anderson for his contribution of OONI probe tests to the content controls post, and Sinta Dewi Rosadi
> and Privacy International for their assistance on legal issues around wiretaps and surveillance.
> Ronald Deibert
> Director, the Citizen Lab
> and the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies
> Munk School of Global Affairs
> University of Toronto
> (416) 946-8916
> PGP: http://deibert.citizenlab.org/pubkey.txt
> r.deibert at utoronto.ca
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