In Los Angeles, a group of activists are standing up against police surveillance of their neighbourhoods. Bethany Rielly speaks to Hamid Khan and Matyos Kidane of the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition about what it means to take on one of the US’s most powerful forces.
Israel is at the forefront of the booming spyware industry that threatens human rights, press freedom and democracy worldwide. Antony Loewenstein examines spyware’s role in Israel’s occupation of Palestine, and why governments are failing to reign in its insidious spread.
Since seizing power in 2021, Myanmar’s military junta has expanded its use of surveillance to hunt down and jail its critics. Preeti Jha reports on the methods it employs and how anti-coup activists are adapting to the shrinking space for dissent.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Towards a post-capitalist internet||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Protest spy tech||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Overwatched and underserved||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Under Amazon’s eyes||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Spy games||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|360° repression||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Action & info||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|Spies, damned spies||Spying on dissent||November, 2023|
|On your watch||A world to win||March, 2023|
|A child’s right to be forgotten||Abolition||March, 2022|
|Safeguarding without snooping||Covid-19 lessons from the pandemic||September, 2020|
|Deported by Silicon Valley||Borders - Freedom to move, for everyone||January, 2020|