Freedom of expression in the digital world is increasingly under threat, from firewalls and takedown orders to filtering and surveillance
Edward Snowden’s revelations on the voracious appetite of spying on all and sundry by the National Security Agency and allied agencies should not give pause for too much comment, other than to affirm a general premise: Activists and non-government groups are to be feared.
Questions about the security of India's giant biometric database continue to be raised by privacy advocates, Mahima Kaul reports
State surveillance has been much publicised of late due to Snowden’s revelations, but allegations against the NSA and GCHQ are only one aspect of the international industry surrounding wholesale surveillance, writes Nicholas Williams
Bangladesh witnessed the internet take on an increasing role in its socio-political sphere in 2013, Faheem Hussain writes
EU officials should have seen it coming. In December, the Advocate General of the ECJ was already of the opinion that the DRD constituted “a serious interference” with privacy, Binoy Kampmark writes