Human Rights

A Cautious Embrace of Internet Freedom at the UN Human Rights Council

It's not every day that an Al-Jazeera journalist moderates a United Nations meeting or that Google finds itself in an interactive dialogue with China, Saudi Arabia, and Iran. But this is precisely what happened on February 29, when the UN Human Rights Council held its first-ever debate on freedom of expression on the Internet in Geneva.



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