Published in: HomeTurkey’s nightmarish adventures in censorship and surveillance on the internet
As the mayoral elections are around the corner, authoritarian surveillance and the censorship of political content...
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On the routine indignities of a migrant's life in Britain.
Published in: HomeThe pathology of expecting social network websites to wave the ‘democracy flag’
One of the most basic principles and characteristics of the public sphere must be its independence both from the...