UN report cites threats to freedom of expression

A top United Nations official on the freedom of expression released a report citing "severe" threats to freedom of expression worldwide. The report flagged governments cracking down on encryption, blocking websites, suspending communications services, and over-classifying information as key concerns.

Country: Global

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: freedom of expression, report, Internet

Posted on Wednesday 26 October 2016

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