"A community will evolve only when a people control their own communication" - Frantz Fanon. Aaron John Peters on social media and the communication commons.
Wendy M. Grossman on the difficulties of managing data online
Gilbert Ramsay on the history of the internet and the role of governments
Milena Popova looks at how Google and cinemas are giving people incentives to pirate
... disconnecting internet access violates the right to freedom of expression. Saskia Walzel explores the link between the internet and human rights law
After attending BigTentUK and OpenTech 2011, Wendy Grossman reflects on the relationship between technology and the law
Alasdair Thompson reviews episode two of Adam Curtis' 'All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace' and argues that Curtis over-reaches in his conclusions
Loz Kaye responds to President Sarkozy's proposal of a 'civilised internet'
Milena Popova asks, in light of recent controversies on Twitter and Facebook, how do you manage the internet?
Video from OpenTech 2011
Alasdair Thompson reviews Adam Curtis' new series 'All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace'
Wendy M. Grossman on the way technology is portrayed on TV
Reflecting on Osborne's speech on open data, by Chris Taggart
Call for creative action in protecting the internet, by G8 vs Internet
Ian Clark on why he is afraid of Amazon
Wendy Grossman argues that targeting cookies in the fight to protect privacy is not the right approach
'Rights-holder groups became effectively that of investigators, witnesses and experts in their own case,' by David Cook
What do the new cloud-based music locker services offered by Google & Amazon mean for fans and artists?
Activists protest Radical Media's offices after receiving cease and desist letter
Wendy Grossman looks at the recent wikileaks cables that expose US interference in other countries intellectual property laws & enforcement, and looks at why the US needs to change, for its own sake too
Joe Karaganis, lead author of the report on Media Piracy in Emerging Economies, speaks to ORGZine about his work
Wendy M. Grossman on supercomputers and how much more we can expect from them in the future
ARTICLE 19 Executive Director Dr Agnes Callamard on the current situation in the Arab world
Graham Armstrong celebrates Linux's 20th birthday
Wendy M Grossman looks at the iPhone tracking 'scandal' and argues that it is just a symptom of a wider problem!
Jag Bahra examines Governments' use of web blocking and the threat it poses to the open internet
Wendy M. Grossman looks at the accessibility of fixing your own computer & the changing PC market
Confiscating students mobile phones & deleting 'inappropriate material' is just another misplaced step in Michael Gove's plans to improve school discipline, argues Milena Popova
Colin Jacobs of Electronic Frontiers Australia gives an overview of how the copyright battle is going down under
Ian Clark looks at the future accessibility to information in light of net neutrality & library closures