The two-day forum aims to catalyse conversations on recent developments impacting digital rights in Thailand and build solidarity among changemakers working on key digital rights issues.
According to Deep Instinct’s Cyber Threat Landscape Report, malware increased 358% overall in 2020. In South and Southeast Asia, ransomware has become one of the most pervasive malware threats in the region.
To counter online hate speech, community members are using creative mediums to promote diverse perspectives and rights-respecting discourse on the very platforms where hate speech is rampant.
Imam Ardhianto, lecturer and chair of the University of Indonesia’s Media, Culture, and Research Center for Anthropological Studies, discusses religious social media movements in Indonesia and the impact on the country’s socio-political landscape.
Published between April and August 2022, the 10 articles from Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Australia examine the how and the why of each country’s pandemic response, and shed light on more rights-respecting paths.
EngageMedia is publishing English translations of the Myanmar Digital Coup Quarterly by the Myanmar Internet Project. This post highlights the internet shutdowns, arrests, and other digital oppression incidents documented between May to July 2022.
FreedomFilmFest 2022 is returning to the big screen with a lineup of deep, difficult, and daring films produced just before and during the pandemic. Cinemata will be hosting the screenings of the films during the weeklong event in Malaysia.
Cinemata is streaming lectures and panel discussions from all five editions of the Digital Discourses conference series that aims to stimulate debate about the impact of digital transformation on society.
Harindrini Corea and Zayed Siddiki, contributors of EngageMedia’s Pandemic of Control series, elaborate on how the digital technologies used for pandemic management have infringed on human and digital rights in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.