New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy meets the free software hackers protecting your bits from cybersnooping governments and marketers.
Surveillance expert Robin Tudge and Professor of Conflict Beatrice de Graaf go head-to-head - read their arguments and join the debate.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Towards a post-capitalist internet||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Who owns the web?||The right to the city||July, 2019|
|The selfish giants||A better media is possible||June, 2018|
|Seize the memes of production||What's left for the young?||January, 2018|
|I spy with my little algorithm||Smiley-faced monopolists||July, 2016|
|Blazing a web rights trail||Feminism fights back||July, 2014|
|Privacy shouldn’t scare you||Internet showdown||December, 2012|
|When Anonymous got into politics||Internet showdown||December, 2012|
|10 steps to software freedom||Internet showdown||December, 2012|
|Internet showdown: why digital freedom matters - to us all||Internet showdown||December, 2012|
|Does the government have the right to monitor private emails?||Co-operatives||July, 2012|
|Act Against ACTA||Adapt or die||April, 2012|
|Introducing Steve Parry||Banking on Hunger||November, 2011|