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Open Access Should Include Open Courts

It is a fundamental precept, at least in the United States, that the public should have access to the courts–including court records–and any departure from that rule must be narrow and well-justified. In a nation bound by the rule of law, the public must have the ability to know the...

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Open Education and Artificial Scarcity in Hard Times

The sudden move to remote education by universities this year has forced the inevitable: the move to an online education. While most universities won’t be fully remote, having course materials online was already becoming the norm before the COVID-19 pandemic, and this year it has become mandatory for millions of...

¿Quién defiende tus datos?

Peru’s Third Who Defends Your Data? Report: Stronger Commitments from ISPs, But Imbalances, and Gaps to Bridge.

Hiperderecho, Peru’s leading digital rights organization, has launched today its third ¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? (Who Defends you Data)--a report that seeks to hold telecom companies accountable for their users’ privacy. The new Peruvian edition shows improvements compared to 2019’s evaluation. Movistar and Claro commit to require...

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Open Access Must Be the Rule, Not the Exception

Not Just for COVID-19, But for the Next Crisis TooThe COVID-19 pandemic demands that governments, scientific researchers, and industry work together to bring life-saving technology to the public regardless of who can afford it. But even as we take steps to make medical technology and treatments available to everyone, we...

The Digital Divide in the Time of COVID-19

This event is co-hosted by Silicon Flatirons and CableLabs.As school, work, and recreational activities continue to move to the home—and the Internet—the need for bandwidth has magnified. However, the same hurdles facing rural communities seeking high-speed internet access have remained. This panel will examine the impacts of this digital divide...

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