Australia has adopted a law that would penalize platforms and their executives for a failure to control what it calls “abhorrent violent material.” The law is deeply problematic, as was the extraordinarily compressed timeframe for its adoption (basically two days).
Last week the Council of Europe held an exceptionally strong conference in Helsinki: Governing the Game Changer – Impacts of artificial intelligence development on human rights, democracy and the rule of law. From start to finish, the Council put together
I am pleased to share a blog post written by Nina Benjamin and Courtney Thompson, who are currently law students at the University of California, Irvine School of Law. They support the UN Special Rapporteur’s mandate through their work with the International Justice Clinic
Last week, I gave a talk in Kuala Lumpur on the importance of access to information as a human right, and its vital role in ensuring democratic participation and robust public discourse. The talk was part of a series of