Published in: digitaLibertiesThe link tax threatens the internet as we know it
The EU Commission's proposed copyright directive poses a threat to the internet's fundamental interconnectedness.
Published in: digitaLibertiesCybersecurity should protect us – not control us
In the race to secure against threats, human rights such as privacy, free expression, freedom of assembly are...
Published in: openSecurityTwenty-first century protest: social media and surveillance
The internet is a two-edged sword—a vehicle for mass surveillance on the one hand and the organisation of...
Published in: openSecuritySelling dictatorship
Liberal opinion has been outraged by the disclosures about US and UK electronic surveillance. Yet the most...
Published in: oDRThe future of Russia's i-curtain
Hot on the heels of a new law establishing a register of forbidden sites, Russian authorities are now promoting a...
Published in: 50.50Zimbabwe: speaking from where I feel safe
Many women in Zimbabwe face war in their homes daily and face war with the state when we try to overcome it. Often...
Published in: oDRThe Kremlin and the hackers: partners in crime?
The recent Russian parliamentary and presidential elections were notable for the wide use of cyber attacks on the...
Published in: HomeCybersecurity: politics, interests, choices
The threat of cyber-attack is driving states and corporations to devote ever-greater resources to meet the...
Published in: HomeThe freedom cloud
The tools that help Arab democracy protesters also extend the reach of three United States corporations. The power...