IM Weekly


#IMWeekly: November 14, 2014

by jiou park

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.

#IMWeekly October 31, 2014

by jiou park

Internet tax and protests in Hungary; the ‘hybrid’ Net Neutrality plan under consideration at the FCC; the Intercept publishes manual for spyware sold to governments; research group finds sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group; and FBI’s fake news story, all in this week’s IMWeekly.

#IMWeekly: October 17, 2014

by jiou park

The latest from the Intercept on Core Secrets and NSA saboteurs in China and Germany; tiny Tor router Anonabox meets dazzling success followed by major backlash; China blocks BBC website as tension in Hong Kong escalates; and Wikileaks publishes a new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership’s intellectual property chapter, all in this week's IMWeekly.