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Internet Freedom Without Imperialism

"One of the key failings of the U.S. internet freedom agenda is its refusal to take a truly holistic and global approach to the protection of online freedom. By equating this agenda with the principles of commercial non-regulation and anti-censorship, the United States has neglected the role of other rights and non-state entities in guaranteeing online freedom." write Nani Jansen Reventlow and Jonathan McCully in this paper from the Knight First Amendment Institute.


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