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@fightfortheftr states it is making the Internet more secure #ResetTheNet on June 5th.

May 29, 2014

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@fightfortheftr is making the Internet more secure and I am taking part in #ResetTheNe on June 5th. Something to think about when it comes to our digital end point rights, we as innocent users of all the devices, technology and internet, never had any end point digital rights nor did we have safety and protection […]

Annual Pluralism Lecture May 29 2014 Forced Displacement and the Promise of #Pluralism

May 29, 2014

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Annual Pluralism Lecture May 29 2014 Livestream 6:30 EST presentation via the Globe and Mail António Guterres United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Forced Displacement and the Promise of #Pluralism LIVE EVENT GLOBE & MAIL LINK Pluralism Lecture May 29th

#unblockturkey Leaked documents purport to reveal Turkish graft allegations

March 15, 2014

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A Twitter account behind a string of leaks in a Turkish corruption scandal has posted what it presented as prosecution files accusing former government ministers of involvement with an Iranian businessman in a bribery and smuggling racket. The posting late on Thursday is the latest blow to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan in a corruption scandal […]

Turkey blocks access to the Internet

February 22, 2014

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Turkey’s president Abdullah Gul signed a controversial bill allowing Turkish authorities to block websites without a court order. This law enables Turkish officials to monitor telecommunications and ISPs, allowing the government to block online communication and content it thinks is illegal or to be in violation of someone’s privacy. Under the new law, ISPs must […]

#Privacy #TheDayWeFightBack against mass surveillance #NSA #CSEC

February 11, 2014

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International Community Unites to Protest Mass Surveillance February 11th is The Day We All Fight Back. From Uganda to Poland, from Colombia to the Philippines, the people of the Internet have united to fight back. The Day We Fight Back’s main international action is to sign and promote the 13 Principles. The 13 Principles outline […]

#DigitalRights from an end point of view? N.S.A. Devises Radio Pathway Into Computers

January 15, 2014

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As I was reading the post on “N.S.A Devises Radio Pathway into Computers” one thought that keeps coming up each time when I read about the mass surveillance, we as innocent users of the Internet and devices have no digital privacy rights nor do we have “protection rights” nor safety rights in many of our […]

United Nations and the digital age for Mass Spying is there a solution? I would say yes

November 28, 2013

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Mass Spying is definitely a Human Rights Violation and off course many of us knew this, unfortunately companies care about the monetary cost and not the human cost. United Nations is waking up, but what about many of the innocent activists, journalists and innocent humanity who also need their digital end point protection? Is there […]