Collection, categorisation, and experimentation on people’s
data are presented as legitimate because online advertising is funding the free
internet. But what about privacy, free expression, and autonomy?
Like everyone else, human rights activists use
mobile phones, email and social networks to connect. Unlike most people, they
criticise states, challenging their actions. As such, they attract their attention.
What distinguishes a social movement from any other kind of mobilization is the fact that it does not focus on a specific claim (such as labour reform) but challenges some of the core values of a society. FrançaisEspañolPortuguês