In this week's #IMWeekly: Sudan under an Internet blackout; arrests under China's new anti-rumor laws; and more.
- #IMWeekly: September 30, 2013
- #IMWeekly: September 23, 2013
- Iran Accidentally Allows Access to Facebook, Twitter for 24 Hours
- #IMWeekly: September 16, 2013
- #IMWeekly: September 9, 2013
- #IMweekly: September 3, 2013
- Facebook Transparency Report: US and India lead in data requests
- "You look way prettier in person than through your webcam": #NSAPickupLines
- #imweekly: August 26, 2013
- Is Facebook the third most popular news source in the Middle East? It depends on where you are.
In this week's IM Weekly: amendments to Bangladesh's IT Act have activists worried; how Brazil's proposed data law might affect privacy; and more.
Iranian Twitter and Facebook users had unfettered access to the sites for roughly 24 hours earlier this week, the result of what censorship officials in the country are calling a technical error.
In this week's #IMWeekly: Vietnamese blogger sentenced to 15 years for defamation, Chinese Weibo users want to "un-verify" their accounts in the face of the country's new anti-rumor policy, and more.
In this week's #IMWeekly: the NSA has broken or circumvented encryption technologies; a new law in Vietnam may prevent most political discussion online.
In this week's #IMWeekly: a crackdown on Internet cafés in Azerbaijan, an Internet blackout in Aleppo, and more.
Facebook issued its first transparency report this week; the United States tops the list of governments making data requests in the first six months of 2013, with up to 12,000 requests affecting as many as 21,000 user accounts.
The revelation that several NSA employees have used the agency's surveillance power to spy on romantic partners has sparked a wave of satirical love poems and pick-up lines.
In this week's #IMWeekly: NSA officials used the agency's surveillance powers to spy on romantic partners; critics challenge Internet.org's mission to bring Internet access to all; and more.
How do internet users use Facebook to gather news and information? It varies widely depending the country.