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In addition to academic publications and events, the Wikimedia/Yale Law School Initiative on Intermediaries and Information pursues a diverse research agenda related to emerging issues in internet governance, the right to information, digital rights, privacy and data protection, and content regulation online.

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Mexico: In Defence of Network Neutrality and the Institution Meant to Protect It

June 29, 2020
By Juan Carlos Salamanca

Network Neutrality, the principle that prohibits Internet Service Providers from treating Internet communications unequally, is currently under threat in Mexico.

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