Published in: 50.50COVID-19 hasn’t killed sexual harassment at work – it’s just moved online
The increase in working from home has given sexual predators new tools with which to threaten, intimidate and abuse...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionThreat to our digital rights revealed in US-UK trade talks leak
Leaked records of US-UK trade negotiations suggest the US is targeting our digital rights – and the UK seems...
Published in: digitaLibertiesOut of prison, Barrett Brown recommits himself to agitating against existing order
After four years behind bars on hacking-related charges, journalist and activist Barrett Brown, still plans a global...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageHuman rights – taking sides for Net Neutrality
‘Net neutrality’ means non-discriminatory access to an open internet, and new US rules – pushed by activists – block...
Published in: openglobalrights-openpage-blogTackling Egypt’s gender-based violence with crowdsourcing
Can online crowdsourcing help NGOs more effectively tackle gender-based violence in Egypt? Español, العربية
Published in: openglobalrights-openpage-blogPrivacy and security in cyberspace: right of all or luxury of the few?
Evidence shows human rights groups subject to persistent and targeted digital attacks, compromising their...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageA digital agenda for the new High Commissioner for Human Rights
Promoting, protecting and fulfilling human rights requires a secure Internet, but states misuse cyber security...