Charles Farr's statement marks first time government has commented on how it exploits the UK's legal framework to operate mass interception • Read Farr's statement in full
Prosecuting journalists imposes huge costs, yields scant benefits, and is mostly pointless in an era when anyone can reach a mass audience.
Yesterday at Personal Democracy Forum, Zeynep Tufekci spoke in a session on “The Internet's Double-Edged Sword,” which covered the promise and potential of the Internet for both activists and regular
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A Malaysian politician called for the media to adhere to journalism ethics, Malaysia's New Straits Times reported.
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Language, truth and European politics.
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Turkish officials are committing violence on camera, but Erdogan supporters don't always see it. The Soma tragedy is just beginning to bridge the digital media gap, says blogger and communications pr
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