Opinions on Social Media Bans
13 Mar, 2018 3:00 pm Renuka City Hotel
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Internet Society Sri Lanka Chapter advocating and promoting ethical and effective use of internet and as the most powerful, unbiased internet related Multi-Stakeholder Organization with technical expertise on internet policy and standards, invite all the stakeholders to join forces to end the adverse social and economic impacts of people of Sri Lanka caused by the filtration and restrictions of internet.

As a member-driven multi-stakeholder organization, the Internet Society Sri Lanka Chapter conducted an open and inclusive forum on 13th February 2018 to gather various perspectives on hate speech, fake news, disruption of social harmony and current internet restrictions in Sri Lanka.We have released this statement to Presidential Secretariat and the public media.

We encourage all ISOC Sri Lanka Members to share this information with the public as the threat for Free and Open Internet is not lifted with the Facebook, Viber, and Whatsapp restriction lift.

English Version of Public Communique <https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TJjxMUUY4wjSogOHux2Xnk-p_on5aLDW>