The Turkish Internet Is a Battleground, and Erdogan Is Winning

Turkey blocked access to WikiLeaks after the group released nearly 300,000 emails from the AKP party's servers.


‘FaceTime Is a Cyberweapon’ and Other Lessons About Digital Age Coups

After Turkey, has the internet torn up the playbook for how coups are won and lost?

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The Man Who Nailed Jello to the Wall

Westerners said the web could never be controlled. Lu Wei, China's departing internet czar, proved them all wrong.


Suppressing Extremist Speech: There’s an Algorithm for That!

A GOP operative and an academic are teaming up to go after the Islamic State online, but Silicon Valley isn’t buying it.


Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen Shows Off His Beach Bod to Celebrate Ramadan

Heads of state tend to use social media to proliferate flattering images of themselves. Not Hun Sen.


Dating Site Wants to Help Americans Flee Trump by Meeting Canadians

Joe Goldman, 25, is dead serious about dating across the 49th parallel.


How to Defeat Extremism Without Becoming Egypt’s Microserf

As Cairo enlists Microsoft’s help in curbing terrorism, experts say the tech giant must avoid being a prop for Egypt’s crackdown on free expression.

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