Special feature: How to respond to the erosion of civil liberties as governments around the world pass laws that legalise mass online surveillance in the name of national security? How can ordinary people and communities take action to minimise corporate intrusions into our personal lives online? What sorts of legal, political, social and creative initiatives are pushing back against these powers behind the screen? What are the implications of national digital agendas for the future of work, leisure, and education? What alternatives are there to the corrosive effects of cyber-bullying, revenge porn, or the political manipulations of news? How are people mobilising in response to the subsequent chilling effects on fundamental rights and freedoms – freedom of expression, of education, and the right of assembly? In this series, scholars, digital and human rights activists, artists, technical and legal experts develop a critical agenda to address the interconnection between human rights and internet futures. READ MORE


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