Free Expression Daily Digest: Friday, September 16
Chinese citizens arrested for posting online about Wukan rebellion, independent newspaper shut down in South Sudan, and Timothy Garton Ash on trigger warning and safe spaces. More
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As governments across Africa continue to introduce internet policies that hurt connectivity rates and stifle freedom of expression, an increasing number of digital rights activists and organizations are fighting back: https://bit.ly/377QVNw via @dwnews.
A whistleblower comes forward over the secret transfer of medical history data from one of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S. to Google, which can be accessed by Google staff: https://bit.ly/2NHkKwI via @guardian.
So amazing!!! The border is not a constitution-free zone! I will be presenting the ruling from @ACLU and @EFF tonight at our @PENamerica training on legal rights for journalists reporting at the border. Stay tuned! https://twitter.com/bhandari_esha/status/1194351083906318338