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How Brazil Crowdsourced a Landmark Law

When the time came to draft an important new “Internet bill of rights,” Brazilians took matters into their own hands.

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North Korea’s 24-Hour Nuclear Cycle

How to track a nuclear explosion in the Twitter era.

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Should the United States Ban the Islamic State From Facebook?

The fine line between free speech and incitement to terrorism has never been so contested.

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Twitter Users Hit By ‘State-Sponsored’ Hackers

The attack appears to have targeted researchers and activists working on privacy-related technology.

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India’s Dangerous Digital Curfews

Authorities across India are shutting down mobile phone and Internet access to millions of people using antiquated riot laws — quelling free speech and even basic communication in a country that professes openness and digital access for all.

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Anonymous vs. the Islamic State

For nearly a year, a war has been unfolding in strange corners of the Internet. But can a bunch of hackers really take on the world’s deadliest jihadi group?

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The Most Unsocial Network

A new class-action lawsuit accuses Facebook of being a matchmaking service for would-be Palestinian terrorists.

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The Last Year Has Been Awful For Internet Freedom

Autocrats around the world are figuring out ways to get around privacy and encryption tools.

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The Paradox of Power in the Network Age

Who, exactly, will claim the virtual high ground?

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