Source: Danny O’Brien, CPJ
We talk a lot about hacking attacks against individual journalists here, but what typifies an attempt to access a reporter’s computer?
Posts tagged “Human Rights”
Source: James Ball, The Washington Post
Supporters of the Syrian government hacked the Web site of Amnesty International, posting items that falsely accused the rebels of a string of atrocities.
Source: Josh Halliday, The Guardian
Facebook has apologised after it mistakenly deleted a free speech group’s post on human rights abuses in Syria.
Source: UN Human Rights Council
The UN Human Rights Council today adopted a landmark resolution presented by Sweden on protecting Internet freedom.
Source: Human Rights Watch
More than 140 countries have passed counterterrorism laws since the attacks of September 11, 2001, often with little regard for due process and other basic rights, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
Source: Neal Ungerleider, Fast Company
Syrian and Tibetan activists have recently been the targets of sophisticated cyberattacks in spoofed emails and Skype messages.
Source: Evan Osnos, The New Yorker
What do we mean when we say a Chinese company has “close ties to the government”? Or is “connected to the military”? And does this matter?
Source: James Losey, Slate
On Wednesday, while returning from the Human Rights and Technology Conference in Rio De Janeiro, Kobeissi had to change planes in the United States. At the airport, he was detained and had his passport confiscated for an hour