Matthew Linares is Technical and Publishing Manager and Editor of digitaLiberties at openDemocracy. He is a variable tinkerer writing and organising around debates in technology and more: Thought and projects. He tweets @deepthings.
Published in: digitaLiberties: AnalysisCensored cash: Fundraising when the powerful want to stop you
Fundraising can be a weak point for political campaigners, from hemp advocates to free Russian media
Published in: digitaLiberties: NewsMoney systems are being rebuilt – who’s in control?
Organisations like openDemocracy and our reader community can participate in shaping what monetary forms prevail
Five reasons to worry about ‘spy tech’ firm Palantir handling your NHS data
Since the British government won't tell us, we can only guess what they’re up to…
Published in: digitaLiberties: ExplainerUser comments are critical to debate. Should we pay for them?
We are testing payment options that let readers reward authors and commenters. This could bring a new economics of...
Civil society collaborates to fix tech
Bold and creative collaborations from across society are necessary if we are to make tech work for all.
Designing data transparency – ideas from the community
Data seems to encompass all that we do now. We asked thoughtful technologists share ideas on how to design better...