Sanctions, Protests, and Shutdowns: Fighting to Open Iran’s Internet

A debate is raging, in Congress and the media, over whether or not we need new regulations to try to shape how Internet platforms operate. Too often, however, the discussion is based on rhetoric and anecdote, rather than empirical research. The recently introduced National Commission on Online Platforms and Homeland…

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Author: Jillian C. York

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