Human Rights First Testimony on Online Safety Under Repressive Regimes

In a Human Rights First testimony before the U.S. Helsinki Commission, Human Rights First’s Meg Roggensack detailed the broad scope of online safety challenges posed by repressive regimes and the responsibility of technology companies to confront these problems. In her testimony, she noted that the Global Online Freedom Act has the potential to help ensure stronger U.S. policy alignment and wider corporate engagement in identifying and responding to threats to internet freedom.


Published on October 18, 2012


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