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Climate change is no joke

As climate-change catastrophe gets closer, the ‘solutions’ get sillier. Zoe Cormier doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Science

People power: Manchester’s energy uprising

Open-source technology offers citizens the chance to wrest control of their bills from utility companies says Carbon Co-op’s Jonathan Atkinson.

Filed in: Energy Technology United Kingdom

Eulogy for Occupy

Chris Brazier reacts to Quinn Norton’s piece on the complexities of the movement – good and bad.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Internet Politics Technology United States

Richard Stallman: ‘Apple has tightest digital handcuffs in history’

Hazel Healy speaks to free software’s moral compass about Anonymous, licensing and digital freedoms.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Internet Technology

Digital freedoms – The Facts

Who’s online where, who has your data and how much are they spending to get it?

Filed in: Democracy Human Rights Technology

How Anonymous got political

Quinn Norton looks behind the mask of the hacker network, charting its evolution into a global activist force.

Filed in: Internet

10 steps to software freedom

Charlie Harvey outlines the righteous path to internet liberation.

Filed in: Internet

Internet showdown: why digital freedom matters - to us all

New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy meets the free software hackers protecting your bits from cybersnooping governments and marketers.

Filed in: Internet

Boycott Facebook for a day

Symon Hill won’t be ‘liking’ anything on 1 December because of the social network’s shady tax affairs.

Filed in: Activism Internet United Kingdom

PODCAST: Hazel Healy and Charlie Harvey on digital freedom

Computers are a growing part of our lives but do they give us more freedom or reduce our civil liberties?

Filed in: Development (Aid) Human Rights Internet Technology

When Luddites go digital

The current YouTube ban in Bangladesh is symptomatic of a government unwilling to embrace the 21st century, says Shahidul Alam.

Filed in: Bangladesh Technology

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