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Women in Peru are using mobile phones and an Inca communication system to tell their stories, writes Vanessa Baird...

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Marek Tuszynski on why effective activism is often all about investigation.

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Can e-readers revolutionize rural education? asks Didem Tali.

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The spark was a park, but the flame was fanned by the web, says Karin Alexander.

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Chris Lunch believes we are only just scratching the surface of video technology’s potential.

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Rizwan Syed reports on how the mass automated calls that marketeers use to torment us are put to good use -...

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Cryptographer Nadim Kobeissi argues that the solutions to mass surveillance are social and political, not...

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‘How can a country be liberated when half its population is not?’ asks an online women’s campaign group. Noreen Sadik...

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The death of the internet activist is a loss to all those fighting for freedom says Mari Marcel Thekaekara....

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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