The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) • Stanford University center working on “technologies ranging from initiatives that solve content licensing inefficiencies in today’s digital media markets, to initiatives that provide greater access to justice, and initiatives that increase transparency in public markets.”
Open Aid Partnership • A World Bank mapping initiative for open data to improve strategic planning, transparency and accountability of aid projects. Collaborates with the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) and the Open Government Partnership (OGP).
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team • HOT “acts as a bridge between the traditional humanitarian responders and the OpenStreetMap Community.” Activities include collecting data, coordinating the design of OSM tools, teaching data quality assurance, collaborating with data imagery providers, and OSM outreach.
Under Institutions > Activism:
The Internet Defense League • Distributed system that allows websites to display alerts related to Internet freedom campaigns. By Center for Rights and Fight for the Future.
Center for Rights • Advocacy group organizing web-based campaigns defending Internet Freedom.
Abayima • non-profit founded in Uganda, working to create digital tools that “empower citizens when oppressive regimes use tech infrastructure against the public”. Creators of the Open Sim Kit mobile sim card hacking toolkit. @abayima
Commotion • “Open-source communication tool that uses mobile phones, computers, and other wireless devices to create decentralized mesh networks.”
Under Tools > Tools:
Flash Proxy • Experimental plugin-based proxy to ensure access to Tor when common bridge relays are blocked.
Under Tools > Data:
Net Neutrality Map • Map tool to evaluate the net neutrality of ISPs in countries around the world.
Internet rights are human rights • “A series of training modules concerned with the relationship between human rights, ICTs and the internet” commissioned by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC).