This week Internet Monitor explores the latest updates in the FBI/Apple standoff, how European Union policymakers are grappling with encryption, the arrest of an Indian journalist, Microsoft's latest artificial intelligence bot, and a new Twitter sensation.
This week Internet Monitor dives into AdBlock's latest online campaign, Anonymous' campaign against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the Court of Justice of the European Union, and lastly, updates in the Apple/FBI standoff.
This week Internet Monitor examines Apple's latest statements on encryption, the French government's attempt to get Google to pay back taxes, MasterCard's new facial recognition software, and President Obama's latest nomination.
This week Internet Monitor examines ongoing tension between Facebook and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), a visit by a group of European politicians to Saudi Arabia, Twitter's decision to shut down 125K accounts, and Facebook's removal of the "Ice Cream" painting.
This week, Internet Monitor reflects upon David Bowie's death, a recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights, the brief detention of a Saudi human rights activist and ongoing tension between the Turkish government and Twitter.
This week, Internet Monitor reviews the (brief) return of Facebook to China, Wael Ghonim's case in the Egyptian courts, Facebook's evolving "Safety Check" feature, Turkey's Reddit woes, and the arrival of a new emoji for Diwali.
This week, Internet Monitor gives updates on a Berkman Center report on Internet Bills of Rights, a review of Turkish Internet laws by the European Commission, a Hungarian woman's mishap on Facebook, and ISIS' recent roundup of Iraqi Facebook users.
This week, Internet Monitor looks at the first satirical Facebook page in Afghanistan, Turkish cyberculture after the Ankara bombing, the state of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and California's landmark legislation on digital privacy.
Internet Monitor's Muira McCammon tries to make sense of Internet health and activism through the lens of Wikipedia's language-specific pages. Think Edward Snowden has a page in Pashto or Punjabi? Click here to find out!