Mobile broadband subscriptions grew worldwide “from 0.8 billion in 2010 to an estimated 3.5 billion in 2015.” We rely on our phones in nearly every aspect of our lives — business, family, social, cultural — and when mobile services are cut off, it has a deeper impact in societies that are dependent on mobile, rather than fixed, connections.
Throughout the world, laws that allow blocking, shutting down, or taking control of internet access, including blocking specific apps or services, should be reformed, and their scopes narrowed to account for human rights law.
How likely is it that a particular country will shut down or take over an entire communications network? The law firm Hogan Lovells produced the resource for the TID by conducting its own research, compiling data from transparency reports, and making use of special legal annexes published by two multinational telecom companies, Many of the laws governments use to take over communications networks or impose shutdowns are ambiguous and outdated.
The Federal Register is updated daily in Hein Online, which means you can always access material from the previous business day. World Constitutions Illustrated focuses on the constitutional and political development of every country in the world.
Also include is the Code of Federal Regulations with coverage from inception (1938) to current. Supreme Court Library gives you access to all its cases, including major U. It is presented in a platform that brings together constitutional and government documents, books, articles, bibliographic references, and websites all related to the political development of each country’s government.
The California State Constitution is grouped into subject matter areas known as Articles.
Each Article is organized by a heading and section numbers.
California Law consists of 29 codes, covering various subject areas. Statutes available online are those from 1993 to the present. Information regarding Statutes passed prior to 1993.