Digital Rights

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An annotated bibliography of resources related to digital rights, including free speech and privacy, based on an open Zotero bibliography.

Access Now, et al. “Santa Clara Principles on Transparency and Accountability in Content Moderation 2.0.” Santa Clara Principles, 8 Dec. 2021, Cite
Cameron, Dell. “Democrats’ New Section 230 Bill Could ‘Devastate’ the Internet, Experts Say.” Gizmodo, 5 Feb. 2021, Cite
Doctorow, Cory. “Right or Left, You Should Be Worried About Big Tech Censorship.” Electronic Frontier Foundation Deeplinks, 16 July 2021, Cite
Eggers, Dave, editor. The End of Trust: An Investigation of Surveillance in the Digital Age. McSweeney’s, 2018, Cite
European Commission. “The Digital Services Act Package | Shaping Europe’s Digital Future.” Shaping Europe’s Digital Future, 21 Oct. 2021, Cite
Lawson, Abagail. “Moderating Online Content in the United States.” Observer Research Foundation, 25 Mar. 2021, Cite
Masnick, Mike. “Hello! You’ve Been Referred Here Because You’re Wrong About Section 230 Of The Communications Decency Act.” Techdirt., 23 July 2020, Cite
McSherry, Corynne, and Jillian C. York. “Content Moderation Is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.” Electronic Frontier Foundation Deeplinks, 29 Apr. 2019, Cite
Scanlon, Mary Gay. Augmenting Compatibility and Competition by Enabling Service Switching (ACCESS) Act of 2021. H.R.3849, 24 June 2021, Cite
Transatlantic High Level Working Group on Content Moderation Online and Freedom of Expression. Freedom and Accountability: A Transatlantic Framework for Moderating Speech Online. Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) of the University of Pennsylvania in partnership with The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands and the Institute for Information Law (IViR) of the University of Amsterdam, 2020, p. 44, Cite
“47 U.S. Code § 230 - Protection for Private Blocking and Screening of Offensive Material.” US, 104–104, 8 Feb. 1996, Cite