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With Myanmar's recently acquired internet freedom, questions arise about hate speech and incitement to violence online.
As Washington reviews its intelligence gathering operations, what do revelations mean for relations with Europe?
Report by German magazine reveals that NSA may have bugged German chancellor's phone for more than 10 years.
Thousands march on Capitol Hill in Washington to protest US government's mass online surveillance programmes.
A US Senate panel's attempt to define 'journalist' pleases some and dismays others.
Using drones for surveillance in the US won't make overzealous police behaviour or lack of accountability disappear.
Mass surveillance without due process threatens to stifle and smother dissent, keeping a populace cowed by fear.
We ask under what authority the US monitors the world's phone calls and internet usage.
Requiring licenses for websites gives governments a license to censor.
An increasingly complex war of images and representations has been raging alongside the conflict on the ground.
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