How Bolivia is asserting its political and economic independence by setting up an entirely homemade Internet network.
With services like email and social media, Amazon and Apple Pay, health, diet and even sleep-tracking, technology is pushing ever deeper into our lives. But should we just accept the new gadgets and services on offer, or is there a hidden cost to pay? This seven-part series profiles the Rebel Geeks challenging power structures and offering a different vision of our technological future.
Two cyber activists are creating a smartphone app so activists in Rio de Janeiro can securely document police violence.
Can a technological revolution overcome Spain’s deeply entrenched political elite?
Evgeny Morozov decodes the digital landscape to show how new technologies provide a smokescreen for a huge power shift.
As the Twitter co-creator returns to activism, his fellow hackers question the techniques he brings from Silicon Valley.
How Massimo Banzi’s Arduino microcontroller enabled thousands of people to build everything from toys to drones.
A team of artist hackers set out to expose the devices spying on us by sending a balloon to the edge of space.