Internet in Armenia: Partly Free

Armenia’s internet freedom score dropped by two points. This shift was enough for Armenia, according to Freedom House’s Freedom on the Net 2017 report, to move from the list of countries with free internet to the list of countries with partly free internet.

6.5 Out of 10 Are Internet Users in Armenia

As of December 2016, 64.2% of the population in Armenia uses the internet. According to the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies, in 2016, as compared to 2015, the number of internet users grew almost by 10%. In 2015, 55.29% of the population was using the internet. The most recent data on communications and …

Regulating Inadmissible Internet Content – Georgia in Need of Legal Changes

The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI), a Tbilisi based non-governmental organization working on the issues of the Internet, e-governance and public administration reforms, published a policy paper about internet regulations and proposed some legislative changes in order to prevent excessive restriction of the freedom of expression in future in Georgia. 

Useful digital security tools

For all of our readers devoted to digital security who are willing to make their Internet browsing more secure, we are sharing some of the most useful tools to ensure your Internet experience is protected enough.

Legitimizing Internet Blocking in Ukraine: To Be or Not To Be?

In July 2017, right before taking a summer break, the Parliament of Ukraine has registered two controversial draft laws allegedly aimed at countering threats to national security in information sphere. The bills 6676 and 6688 are almost identical, with the second one having been registered the next day after the first one was recalled from …