This video explains why and how governments slow down internet speeds to curb dissent and unrest, and how these slowdowns impact news media and citizens’ access to information. The Indian government’s internet policy in the region of Jammu and Kashmir offers a case study.
A four-part explainer video series for the Indiana University Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, European Journalism Centre, and Center for International Media Assistance
Information Laundering &
"News Fixers and International Perceptions of Turkey and Syria"
Center for the Study of the Middle East
Indiana University - Bloomington
February 5, 2020
Inside Turkey's Media Crackdown
Nobody Knows How Many Have Died in the Turkey-PKK Conflict
LIVE FROM ABSURDISTAN
Scenes from a participatory game
of international journalism
Held at Google NYC, December 2017
"Seeing Between Worlds"
A Place for Film
IU Cinema Blog
The Long Wait for Iran's Refugee Journalists