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ARTICLE 19, a human rights pioneer, defends and promotes freedom of expression and freedom of information all over the world.
Censorship Kills. It starves and it represses. It denies people access to information essenti...
Connexions Information Sharing Services
Connexions compiles and disseminates information about social and economic alternatives. Established in 1975 as an independent non-profit research organization and information clearinghouse, Connexions compiles and publi...
McMillan is a Canadian business law firm offering high-quality legal expertise to clients in Canada, the United States and around the world. The firm's strengths are in competition/antitrust, corporate restructuring and ...
Alternatives to Body Scans Do Exist
If the technology exists to detect even greater hazards and protect privacy concerns, why wouldn't our government want to consider them?
Sources welcomes Eugene Oscapella, Barrister and Solicitor/Oscapella and Associates
Eugene Oscapella, Barrister and Solicitor/Oscapella and Associates
Sources welcomes Eugene Oscapella, Barrister and Solicitor/Oscapella and Associates.
Sources welcomes OrangeWebsite
Sources welcomes a new member: OrangeWebsite. OrangeWebsite is an Icelandic web hosting service provider. Most of our clients are foreign journalists, bloggers, leakers and publishers.
The Age of Accountability is Now: Are You Prepared?
Marilyn Belleghem Consulting Inc.
Questions of accountability and building a reputation of integrity in personal and professional relationships.
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Big Brother's Getting Bigger
Smith, Jack A.
Government surveillance and attacks on the privacy of American citizens were bad enough under the Bush regime but they are getting even worse during the Obama years.
The dark side of the internet
Search engines access only a very small fraction of the deep web, which is estimated to be five hundred times as big as the surface web.
Data Mining You
How the Intelligence Community Is Creating a New American World
Joseph K., that icon of single-lettered anonymity from Franz Kafka’s novel The Trial, would undoubtedly have felt right at home in Washington.
For journalists, danger lurking in your email
Committee to Protect Journalists
Citizen Lab provided a disturbing look into the likely use of a commercial surveillance program, FinFisher, to remotely invade and control the computers of Bahraini activists. After the software insta...
Get your head out of the clouds
If we allow our personal data to be stored in giant electornic centres, we deserve what we get
Appraising the risks to personal data held in cloud computing systems.
Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph
An interview with the current head of Google Search, discussing some of the thought processes behind the current functionality of 'search' and some of its possibilites for the future.
How the US government secretly reads your email
Secret orders forcing Google and Sonic to release a WikiLeaks volunteer's email reveal the scale of US government snooping.
India's UID And The Fantasy Of Dataveillance
Karunakaran , Binu
The perils of establishing nationwide identity systems have always been a hot topic of debate in countries that attach great value to privacy and human rights of its citizens. In India, there is not e...
Just because they hunt witches doesn't mean we have
The Big Brother defence of WikiLeaks is that if everyone had a camera upon them, society would be a better place. This is a view that fails to distinguish between the need to control those who possess...
Met police using surveillance system to monitor mobile phones
Gallagher, Ryan; Syal, Rejeev
Civil liberties group raises concerns over Met police purchase of technology to track public handsets over a targeted area.
The New Police Surveillance State
The Rising Price of Political Assembly
Police are increasingly being deployed to restrict if not prevent mass political actions, especially directed at the banks.
Preparing for a Digital 9/11
In recent years, in one of the more dangerous, if largely undiscussed, developments of our time, the Bush and then Obama administrations have launched the first state-planned war in cyber space. First...
The Stasi could only dream of such data
Briatin, the birthplace of liberalism, has become the database state
Ash, Timothy Garton
As technology increases the flow of stored data about individual actions, assurances of the "right to informational self-determination" must be hard won from governments. Government surveillance of ci...
Thirteen Ways Government Tracks Us
Privacy is eroding fast as technology offers government increasing ways to track and spy on citizens. Here are thirteen examples of how some of the biggest government agencies and programs track peopl...
The No-Nonsense Guide to Global Media
Peter Steven aims to make readers realize the power and influence of dominant media but, at the same time, also understand that they are not "omnipotent" and that there are alternative forms available...
A New Life Style for Couples
O'Neill, Nena & George
The authors propose open marriage as a way to help couples realize that there can be both relatedness and freedom in marriage, and that freedom, with the growth and responsibility it entails, can be t...
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