This post was originally published on Global Voices. It has been a long time since technology and the Internet became … Continue reading ‘There is No Shame in Fear’: Confronting Surveillance in Post-Revolution Egypt
Today, the US House of Representatives unanimously (419–0) voted to pass the Email Privacy Act to reform the ECPA. The Email Privacy Act is a big improvement and most likely a direct result of the Snowden leaks. Continue reading #EmailPrivacyAct unanimously approved by House
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is opposed by virtually every major advocacy group that works to uphold netizens’ civil liberties. Google just endorsed it. Continue reading At the expense of netizens’ civil liberties
The “Burr-Feinstein proposal” is a truly Orwellian bill that will remove our access to private secure communications and, in all seriousness of the word, ban them. Continue reading Some Senators want an Orwellian reality.
FOIAMapper.com allows easy navigation of government records. OK, I concede. Knight Foundation isn’t all bad. They supplied Max Gilka, a … Continue reading Tech just democratized the #WatchDog process.
A Knight Foundation criticism “If you no longer let the community hear all its significant voices, you begin to have … Continue reading Digital news: journalist basics haven’t changed
China’s governmental policies and intimidation kill its first interactive social impact app that aims to solve HIV stigma discrimination. Continue reading The death of China’s first interactive social impact app