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This House would use foreign aid funds to research and distribute software that allows bloggers and journalists in non-democratic countries to evade censorship and conceal their online activities.
18 May 2012
Arab Spring | censorships | China | Digital Freedoms | Freedom of Expression | Human rights | international aid | Internet | software
Free Speech Debate team blog: Enemies of the InternetFree speech is a fundamental human right; everyone, everywhere has an inalienable right to give their...
21 Feb 2012
Digital Freedoms | Government | Intellectual Property | Internet | open source | security | software | technology
Microsoft has held a monopoly on software such as operating systems and office applications for most desktop computers for the last two decades. There have...
With a public debate on the topic “Absolute power”, part of the project “Debates_mk”, the Macedonian NGO Diversity Media in partnership with IDEA...
Toader Mateoc, this year's Spirit Award for Coaches winner, talks to us about the award and the Youth Forum in Mexico.The Spirit Awards, awarded...