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Information Not Found: The “Right to Be Forgotten” a...
CIMA Digital Report

As expansive as the amount of information available via the internet is, however, sometimes the most valuable information is what cannot be found. This is increasingly the case as some governments and private citizens are trying to limit what can easily be discovered online, wh...

In Repressive Countries, Citizens Go 'Dark' to Share Ind...
CIMA Digital Report

Online publishers now know more about their audiences than ever before. When you visit a digital-savvy news site, they will likely glean your age group, location, what device you are using, how long you visit, and how loyal you are to the site, among other data that are both impo...

Pathways to Media Reform in Sub‑Saharan Africa: Reflec...

In July 2017, a group of 36 experts in media and governance from 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa met in Durban, South Africa, to discuss strategies for confronting the growing challenges to media pluralism in the region. Facilitated by DW Akademie and CIMA, the participants...

Advocating for Openness: Nine Ways Civil Society Groups ...
CIMA Digital Report

Civil society groups from the Global South are leading the charge to advocate for an Internet that remains open, pluralistic, and democratic. The nine case studies highlighted in this report demonstrate various ways groups in different countries have successfully fought for polic...