Tech, Data and Algorithms
The biggest danger of the social media giant’s stranglehold on social media is not to its competitors but to those living under authoritarian leaders, reports Steve Shaw
Zarina Zabrisky urges the President-elect and his team to counter one of the gravest threats to modern democracy
CJ Werleman looks at the proliferation of genocide denial, from the Shoah to Bosnia, and how this enables continued killing and repression in Syria and China
Kseniya Kirillova speaks to a cybersecurity specialist about how Russia obtains sensitive information from Western companies
EXCLUSIVE Russian State-linked Figures Promoted Portland ‘Cruise Rally’ and Fake News Site Inciting New American Civil War
Iggy Ostantin reveals Putin's interference in US politics appears to be even deeper and darker in 2020
Steve Shaw reports on how the social media platform was used to fuel violence against the country’s Muslim minority in 2017
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
The Mythical Nationalism of Trump and Modi Has Failed, So Now they're Waging War on their Own Citizens
India and America are suffering parallel slides towards authoritarianism, reports CJ Werleman
A French-owned company is in bed with both Huawei and the Foreign Office, reports Sam Bright
CJ Werleman reports on a case being brought against the social media giant by The Gambia to uncover who was involved in Myanmar's mass murder of its Muslim minority
Jacopo Iacoboni of La Stampa reports on how concerns about anonymisation, data sharing and procurement haunt Italy's COVID19 tracking app.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Patrolling Hearts and Minds? A ‘Red Alert’ Surveillance Warning to the World
Steve Shaw reports on how concerns are already being raised about the introduction of new intrusive surveillance regimes being installed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Campaigners warn that it would be short-sighted for governments to allow efforts to save lives in the COVID-19 outbreak to destroy fundamental rights in societies.
A Good Day to Bury Bad News: US Justice Department Drops Charges over Russia’s 2016 Election Interference
Caroline Orr reports on how charges against indicted Putin Ally Yevgeny Prigozhin were abandoned just as the coronavirus pandemic in the US set a deadly new record.
Fiona O'Connor reports on the threats being faced by women journalists around the world and how one of the loudest voices against the Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte is standing firm.