News & Analysis / Oct 05, 2011 / Milena Popova

How much do you trust your GP?

The implications of the NHS Health Bill proposals may impact negatively on the use of personal data, Milena Popova writes.

Features / Oct 03, 2011 / Milena Popova

Why we should all care about digital rights

Digital rights for all? Milena Popova calls for more diverse representation within the IT community.

News & Analysis / Sep 30, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Trust Exercise

Asking what parts of our identity ought to be revealed and what institutions are most deserving.

Reviews / Sep 20, 2011 / Laura MacPhee

Review: The Revolution will be Digitised by Heather Brooke

Laura MacPhee follows the investigative journalist's account of the "Information War".

Features / Sep 07, 2011 / Neeti Jain

Parody or Satire - who’s the fairest of them all?

Neeti Jain looks at the law surrounding parody and satire

News & Analysis / Aug 19, 2011 / Manijeh Khan

The Lives of Others

Manijeh Khan looks at what is happening to Data Retention rules in the EU

News & Analysis / Aug 15, 2011 / Loz Kaye

How the Government turned anti social media

Loz Kaye responds to David Cameron's potential idea of a social media block in 'emergencies'

Reviews / Aug 10, 2011 / Jonathan Kent

Review: Barefoot into Cyberspace by Becky Hogge

Jonathan Kent celebrates Becky Hogge's personal journey through the chasms of cyberspace and beyond!

Features / Aug 04, 2011 / Ryan Jendoubi

Data protection: What will the new Directive look like?

Ryan Jendoubi argues that the new Data Protection Directive details will flow from European Policy

News & Analysis / Aug 03, 2011 / Jagdeep Bahra

On the horizon: a parody exception to copyright?

Jag Bahra on why allowing parodies of protected works is an important step towards a more balanced and sensible law of copyright.

Features / Aug 01, 2011 / Thomas Quinn

Rights precede laws

Crosbie Fitch argues that the concept of copyright is now out-dated

News & Analysis / Jul 29, 2011 / Jorn Lyseggen

UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk

UK ruling makes internet browsing a copyright risk, rendering innocent acts of millions illegal

News & Analysis / Jul 29, 2011 / Emily Goodhand

"This will be a day long remembered”

Emily Goodhand looks at the recent judgement in the 'Stormtrooper Helmet' copyright case

Features / Jul 28, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Face to face

We saw Facebook role out facial recognition software, but what role does the technology have beyond the social media site, writes Wendy M. Grossman

Features / Jul 26, 2011 / Milena Popova

What to make of Google+?

Is your privacy really better protected on Google Plus, asks Milena Popova

Features / Jul 22, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Hackgate - why did they do it?

Wendy M. Grossman on the culture of the press in the UK, and how to change it

Features / Jul 08, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

The Grey Hour

Features / Jul 04, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Free Speech, not data

Features / Jun 27, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Bits of the realm

Wendy M. Grossman on BitCoins and whether they can succeed where others have failed

Editorial / Jun 24, 2011 / Nishma Doshi

ORGZine is hiring!

News & Analysis / Jun 23, 2011 / Jillian York

Hoaxes aside, real risks to blogging in Syria

Jillian C. York on the 'Amina' hoax and why anonymity online is still essential in Syria

Reviews / Jun 22, 2011 / Jagdeep Bahra

The Tunnel - reviewed

Jag Bahra reviews The Tunnel, a film you can watch for free on VODO that could revolutionise the way films are shared online

Features / Jun 21, 2011 / Oliver Keyes

Prevent - incompetence

'Unnecessary, inefficient, and above all, counter-productive.' Oliver Keyes on the government's counter-terrorism review

Features / Jun 20, 2011 / Jagdeep Bahra

The Wild West web

Jag Bahra on the rule of law online and the importance of due process

News & Analysis / Jun 17, 2011 / Milena Popova

Cybercrime spree

It seems like every day there is a new story on cybercrime. Milena Popova looks at what is going on

Features / Jun 16, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

The democracy divide

Wendy M. Grossman reports from CFP 2011 day two, where the TSA & internet filtering were the main topics being discussed

Features / Jun 15, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Public private lives

Wendy M. Grossman, from CFP 2011, on Do Not Track and privacy in the US and EU

News & Analysis / Jun 15, 2011 / Saskia Walzel

Meltwater and the newspaper publishers

As the three day hearing in the Meltwater appeal starts, Saskia Walzel catches up with a bitter 24 months legal battle

Features / Jun 14, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

Untrusted systems

Wendy M. Grossman is at CFP 2011, where health care privacy was the first talking point

Features / Jun 13, 2011 / Wendy M Grossman

The creepiness effect

Wendy M. Grossman on Facebook's facial recognition feature, its business model and why they never seems to learn from their mistakes