cording to media reports, U.S. spy agencies collected the private phone records of Jon Stephenson, the New Zealand journalist who revealed how New Zealand soldiers were allegedly involved in human rights abuses in Afghanistan.
U.S. Senator Wyden and others join growing outcry among senators to rein in power of secretive court meant to serve as a check on U.S. National Security Agency
Thousands of people protested across New Zealand against a new surveillance bill that will allow the government to spy on citizens
Fair Deal Coalition members have been active on the ground and online to challenge the closed-door nature of the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks, and to sound the alarm about extreme Internet Censorship proposals being pushed for by old industry conglomerates.
Internet freedoms are increasingly under threat around the globe - it’s time to take a stand by supporting the Declaration of Internet Freedom.
It was just a few months ago that Aaron Swartz, a co-founder of Reddit and a distinguished Internet pioneer and activist, took his own life. Swartz had found himself in serious trouble under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and was looking at a thirty-five year jail sentence, along with a $1 million fine, after engaging in civil disobedience for the open information movement.
In case you missed it, Russia has a foolproof response to U.S. NSA spying on global electronic communication networks.
Yesterday's Restore The Fourth campaign in the U.S. may have been the largest protest for privacy rights in U.S. history.