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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

Filipino law is ‘cyber authoritarianism’

Iris Gonzales on the Cybercrime Prevention Act and why critics say it is an affront to civil liberties.

Filed in: Crime Internet Law Philippines Technology

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

Robots address child abuse

Technology used to help in the campaign against child jockeys

Filed in: Children Middle East Sport Technology

Liquid sunshine

Paul-E Comeau looks back at some of the cultural impacts of the ‘Atomic Age’.

Filed in: Energy Nuclear Power Technology

The Unconnected

Filed in: Argentina Media Technology

  • April 5, 2001
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Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge

Few in the West truly have the gift to stand outside the dominant cultural assumptions about science, economics, nature and technology. Fortunately, we can read Vandana Shiva.

Filed in: Agriculture Biotech Environment Globalization Indigenous Peoples Technology Trade

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