Iran's attempt at Smart Filtering, ICANN hacked, and more in this week's IMWeekly!
- #IMWeekly: December 18, 2014
- Internet Monitor 2014: Reflections on the Digital World
- #IMWeekly: December 13, 2014
- Remembering Aaron Swartz: A timeline of the CFAA
- #IMWeekly: November 28, 2014
- #IMWeekly: November 21, 2014
- New Internet Monitor Report: "The Tightening Web of Russian Internet Regulation"
- #IMWeekly: November 14, 2014
- #IMWeekly: November 07, 2014
- Burma, Irrawaddy and the unintended consequences of digital free speech
Archive for 2014
Powerful Linus trojan uncovered; Pirate Bay shuts down following a raid; the continuing aftermath of the Sony hack; and more this week on #IMWeekly.
How much does the average person know about the Computer Fraud and Abuse act and its implementations historically? In the wake of the second annual Aaron Swartz International Hackathon, we take a look at the web of court cases, legislation, and cultural events related to the CFAA.
Hong Kong's pro-Occupy Central protest websites suffer largest DDoD attack ever; Twitter reacts to Ferguson grand jury decision; massive hack takes down Sony Pictures' computer system; and more this week on #IMWeekly.
Syrian hacktivists leak 600GB of internet filtering data, the US Senate fails to pass the long-awaited Patriot Act, and more this week on #IMWeekly.
Internet Monitor is delighted to announce the publication of "The Tightening Web of Russian Internet Regulation," the fifth in a series of special reports that focus on key events and new developments in Internet controls and online activity.
Massive raid shuts down Silk Road 2.0 and 400 other websites; Obama issues statement on Net Neutrality; draft e-commerce bill that could be used for online censorship introduced in Venezuela; and a new report showing $8 million campaign contributions from major US cable companies, all in this week's IMWeekly from the Internet Monitor.
A cat piano as censorship activism, the EFF releases their annual review of security apps, Nigeria passes a cybercrime bill, and more this week from the Internet Monitor.
Last month, Burmese media company Irrawaddy suffered a transmedia attack in response to their coverage of controversial and ultra-nationalist Burmese Buddhist monk, Wirathu. The Blink Hacker Collective, who took responsibility for the attack, brought the site down on October 2, through what Irrawaddy believes was an attack on their servers.