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Project Maps Gatekeepers of Eastern Europe's Digital Networks, supported by the Knight Foundation

Who are the Gatekeepers is a project by Manuela Preoteasa and Paul Radu at the Journalism Development Network to examine the gatekeepers of Eastern Europe's digital networks.

We're here at the MIT Knight Civic Media Conference, where Alberto Ibarguen and John Bracken have just announced the winners of the latest news challenge, which asked the question "How can we strengthen the Internet for free expression and innovation?" Sands Fish and I were there to liveblog the presentation of grantees.

Usable Secure Mobile Communications with TextSecure funded by Knight Foundation

We're here at the MIT Knight Civic Media Conference, where Alberto Ibarguen and John Bracken have just announced the winners of the latest news challenge, which asked the question "How can we strengthen the Internet for free expression and innovation?" Sands Fish and I were there to liveblog the presentation of grantees.

TextSecure by Moxie Marlinspike at Open Whisper Systems, is a project to secure global communications through a simple messaging application that requires no special knowledge from the user .

Global Censorship Measurement at M-Lab funded by the Knight Foundation

We're here at the MIT Knight Civic Media Conference, where Alberto Ibarguen and John Bracken have just announced the winners of the latest news challenge, which asked the question "How can we strengthen the Internet for free expression and innovation?" Sands Fish and I were there to liveblog the presentation of grantees.

The Global Censorship Measurement project from the Open Technology Institute at the New America Foundation Measurement Lab, is collaboration that hosts a suite of tools to help the open internet. It's by Ben Scott, Thomas Gideon, and Alan Davidson.

Projects Ranking Digital Rights and Tracking Corporate Censorship funded by Knight Foundation

We're here at the MIT Knight Civic Media Conference, where Alberto Ibarguen and John Bracken have just announced the winners of the latest news challenge, which asked the question "How can we strengthen the Internet for free expression and innovation?" Sands Fish and I were there to liveblog the presentation of grantees.

The latest Knight Foundation grants have funded two projects to keep track of the behaviour of technology companies and hold them accountable on digital rights and censorship.

OnlineCensorship.org, led by Jillian C York at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Onlinecensorship.org crowdsources reports of takedowns and account de-activations on privately owned platforms. As our conversations increasingly take place in the online public sphere, our speech is increasingly regulated by private companies who are making the rules.

A Single Point of Knowledge on Digital Rights funded by the Knight Foundation

We're here at the MIT Knight Civic Media Conference, where Alberto Ibarguen and John Bracken have just announced the winners of the latest news challenge, which asked the question "How can we strengthen the Internet for free expression and innovation?" Sands Fish and I were there to liveblog the presentation of grantees.

Getting It Right on Rights, a project by the @Digital Public Library of America, is working to create a more coherent rights structure for content rights, a single point of global rights information to make more content available to the public (Dan Cohen,Emily Gore).

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