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A New Wave of Censorship: Distributed Attacks on Express...
CIMA Digital Report

In both authoritarian and democratic contexts, new forms of censorship online are carried out through distributed attacks on freedom of expression that are insidiously difficult to detect, and often just as effective, if not more, than the kinds of brute force techniques by state...

Media Pluralism, Public Trust, and Democracy: New Eviden...

As elsewhere, public trust in the media is on the decline in Latin America and the Caribbean. Is this trend attributable to social media? To a broader anti-establishment backlash? Or does it reflect growing concerns over pluralism in the media and the dominant control of the medi...

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...