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Cyber criminals nailed by Chennai police

Mari Marcel Thekaekara is heartened by some good news – but there’s a long way to go.

Filed in: Crime Internet Women

How hacktivism fights corruption

Computer programmers and campaigners have teamed up to ‘hack’ for justice, reports Transparency International’s Milena Marin.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Politics Technology

Store and deliver, governments tell web firms

Forget about data protection – spies are demanding our elected leaders and private companies serve up everything we do online. Robin Tudge reports.

Filed in: Society Technology

India clamps down on Kashmir’s online dissenters

Uzma Falak speaks to a teenage cyber-activist about a campaign to censor the web with blocks, threats and virtual honey traps.

Filed in: Activism India Internet Kashmir

Swazi boys win science prize

Libby Powell reports on two teenagers and their unique innovation.

Filed in: Science Swaziland

Does the government have the right to monitor private emails?

Surveillance expert Robin Tudge and Professor of Conflict Beatrice de Graaf go head-to-head - read their arguments and join the debate.

Filed in: Internet Politics

Introducing Steve Parry

Our brand new columnist takes a humorous look at the internet’s past, present and future.

Filed in: Internet

Where now for biofuels?

Can fuel crops ever be sustainable? Danny Chivers gives us the lowdown.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Power

Biofuels - the good, the bad and the ugly

From wood to algae, biofuels have been around for years. But they’re not necessarily all they’re cracked up to be. Danny Chivers has the low-down.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Power Sustainability

Is animal testing necessary to advance medical research?

Pro-testing activist Laurie Pycroft and Helen Marston, who heads an organization that campaigns against the use of animals, focus on the key issues. Join the debate!

Filed in: Animals Medicine Science

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