La République centrafricaine et l’intelligence artificielle dans l’espace numérique
Bridging the Gender Digital Divide is Critical for Achieving Digital Rights in Africa
Women and girls in Africa form a key constituency and a distinct category in their experiences in using the internet compared to men and boys. Plan International points out that while technology and the internet can be a great enabler for women and girls, lack of opportunities and skills, and fear of discrimination, could prevent many from using and creating digital tools and online content.
Whatsapp Pay: The next frontier for the expansion of data monopoly
This study carried out by Coding Rights analyzed the pilot implementation of Whatsapp Pay in Brazil. The country is the second in the world to implement this service, the first was India. Data colonialism? Beyond data protection debates, this case is fascinating because it (finally) raised the attention of Brazilian competition authorities about Facebook (Meta)’s monopolistic position and exposed the need for cooperation within regulatory authorities on data protection, competition law and consumer rights.
კიბერსივრცეში პერსონალური მონაცემების დაცვა: არასაკმარისი სამართლებრივი გარანტიები და რეკომენდაციები
How State Surveillance is Stifling Democratic Participation in Africa: State of Internet Freedom in Africa Study Findings