The Philippines is often dubbed ‘patient zero’ for disinformation, and AI-generated content may just make the fight against false claims much harder.
EngageMedia convened informal meetings with civil society organisations, independent media, and students to discuss Indonesia’s new criminal code and strategies for advocacy efforts to raise awareness of its problematic articles.
This episode of PGP Live at DRAPAC23 features Security Matters and their mission to promote digital security awareness in Southeast Asia and their work as a first responder and research centre.
Indonesia’s new Criminal Code will soon take effect, but rights advocates have flagged several problematic provisions. This article outlines some of the key causes for concern.
Open and secure tech can help changemakers protect themselves from the digital dangers hindering their work, but there has been limited adoption and interest. EngageMedia and the Asia Centre examine the reasons why.
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Cinemata proudly announces its second-time collaboration with the FEU Film Movements Festival.
EngageMedia is publishing English translations of the Myanmar Digital Coup Quarterly by the Myanmar Internet Project. Biometric data collection, internet shutdowns, and declining freedom of expression were among the digital rights issues documented.
In this episode of PGP Live at DRAPAC23, Leandro Ucciferri, Global Partnerships Manager of Ranking Digital Rights, explores the collaboration with EngageMedia on the Greater Internet Freedom project led by Internews.
In this episode of PGP Live at DRAPAC23, Jonnah Morado, legal officer and project coordinator at IDEALS Inc., sheds light on their work providing legal assistance to human rights CSOs and digital rights advocates in the Philippines.