The UK is currently considering anti-terrorism legislation. Provisions in the legislation is raising concerns for online free speech.
The European parliament has dealt a crushing blow to Internet freedom. They passed the copyright laws that would mandate Internet censorship and link taxes.
Several social media websites have decided to pull the plug on Alex Jones following complaints of spreading hate.
During a trip to Egypt, a Lebanese tourist posted a negative online review. For that, she was sentenced to 8 years in prison.
European digital rights advocates have renewed a call for Turkey to lift a ban on online encyclopedia website Wikipedia.
A petition calling on European lawmakers to reject article 11 and article 13 has grown to half a million signatures.
The fallout continues with the passage of Article 13. German citizens are preparing to hit the streets to oppose this law.
European lawmakers have dealt a crushing blow to free speech. They voted to pass the infamous article 13 legislation.
Ahead of a crucial vote on Article 13 in Europe, it seems that YouTube has already begun blocking perfectly legal channels on its site.
The United Nations has condemned the European copyright proposal article 13. It is blasting the proposal as a threat to free speech.