Index on Censorship

Index on Censorship is a London-based campaigning and publishing organization for freedom of expression. I became Index’s Digital Policy Adviser in January 2013.

Is the EU heading in the right direction on digital freedom?
6,500-word policy paper
Index on Censorship, June 2013

Hope on the horizon? Global politics in the fight to protect an open internet
Index on Censorship Magazine, June 2013 (paywall, in print)

Post-Prism leaks, where does the EU stand on digital freedom?
Index on Censorship and LSE Media Policy Project, 27 June 2013

WTF is family-friendly Wi-Fi?
Index on Censorship, 19 June 2013

Caught in the web: how free are we online?
Index on Censorship, 11 June 2013

National security does not justify mass surveillance
Index on Censorship, 10 June 2013

NSA, Prism, Verizon and La Rue on surveillance
Index on Censorship, 7 June 2013

Digital freedom, internet governance on agenda at two key meetings
Index on Censorship, 13 May 2013

Journalists’ safety key focus for World Press Freedom Day in Costa Rica
Index on Censorship, 3 May 2013

Google asks DC to explore free speech in digital age
Index on Censorship, 29 April 2013

World Intellectual Property Day: Copyright and creativity in a digital world
Index on Censorship, 26 April 2013

Google Transparency Report shows Brazil tops takedown table
Index on Censorship, 26 April 2013

Quality often overlooked in rush to spread digital access
Index on Censorship, 23 April 2013

Debating digital rights at ORGCon North
Index on Censorship, 15 April 2013

The long road ahead: Brazil’s Internet Bill of Rights
Index on Censorship, 27 March 2013

How private companies censor our speech online
openDemocracy and Index on Censorship, 13 March 2013

Freedom to Connect conference: Aaron Swartz remembered
Index on Censorship, 6 March 2013

New policy locking Americans into locked phones violates free speech
Index on Censorship, 26 January 2013