This week, Internet Monitor explores updates in the case of an imprisoned Palestinian Syrian open-source software developer, the recent hack of CIA Director John Brennan's AOL account, and Citizen Lab's recent report on Internet filtering in Yemen.
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.
Using a series of widgets from the Internet Monitor's Dashboard, Muira McCammon explores what's happening in the online news cycles in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), France, Canada, Madagascar, Cameroon, Cote D'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, and Niger.
This week, Internet Monitor checks out the future of the Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet (Marco Civil), Facebook's foray into outer space, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and Pew's latest study on how teens participate in online dating.
This week, Internet Monitor examines Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's speech at the 70th annual UN General Assembly, a new Berlin-based anti-surveillance initiative, the arrest of an Iranian tech blogger and entrepreneur, and the fate of a Russian malware developer.
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is pleased to announce the launch of the Internet Monitor dashboard, a freely accessible tool that aims to improve information for policymakers, researchers, advocates, and user communities working to shape the future of the Internet by helping them understand trends in Internet health and activity through data analysis and visualization.
This week, Internet Monitor examines the XcodeGhost malware that made it to the official Apple App Store, a possible cyber warfare agreement between China and the United States, Edward Snowden's thoughts on aliens, and Google's "Right to be Forgotten" problems in France.
This week, Internet Monitor examines the EU-US Umbrella Agreement, the backdoors found in some of Cisco's routers, Facebook's controversial (dis)like button, Snowden, the Kremlin, and New Hampshire's Kilton Library.