Civil Society Joint Declaration to the Organization of American States (OAS) and Governments of Member States on Digital Security Issues in Latin America The following statement delivered to the OAS General Secretary during the South School of Internet Governance in Washington DC , on April 1, 2016. We encourage the OAS Member State to align… Seguir leyendo Civil Society Joint Declaration on Digital Security Issues in Latin America
RightsCon is the world’s leading event convened around the issues of the internet and human rights. The annual conference convenes business leaders, visionaries, technologists, legal experts, civil society members, activists, and government representatives from across the globe on issues at the intersection of tech and human rights. This year, you will find three days of… Seguir leyendo Are you at RightsCon? Join us!
In the frame of personal data protection day we released our latest analysis Is data retention legitimate in Colombia? on this document we analyzed regulations on data retention in Colombia and and compared them with those on Peru, Mexico and Brazil from the point of view of compliance with international standards for the establishment of… Seguir leyendo Is data retention legitimate in Colombia?
When the state "hacks" * is an analysis of the legitimacy of the use of hacking tools in Colombia, written by Juan Diego Castaneda of Karisma Foundation. Internet is being affected by all kinds of control measures that determine a what point is a media free, open and secure. States have been acquiring technological capabilities… Seguir leyendo “When the States hacks”*
Bogota, December 9, 2015 On December 7, on an interview aired on "W radio", General Palomino, the head of the Colombian National Police, was asked about the fact that a journalist working for Vicky Davila's team investigating police corruption, saw how some information disappear from his computer. This journalist described how the mouse arrow moved… Seguir leyendo So-called hacking does exist
The report commissioned by the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science in Latin America and the Caribbean, “Public Spending in Latin America: Does It Fulfill the Declaration of Paris’ Suggestions for Open Educational Resources?” is now available in English. The report, published under the open license of Creative Commons, seeks to identify and analyze the public policies of investment… Seguir leyendo The OER Unesco report is available now in English