Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Students burn Latina author’s book after she discusses white privilege

By Lois Beckett, The Guardian, October 2019 When a Latina author discussed white privilege at a public university in Georgia, a group of white students burned copies of her book. A...

Secret court rules that the FBI’s “backdoor searches” of Americans violated the Fourth Amendment

By Aaron Mackey/Andrew Crocker, Electronic Frontier Foundation, October 2019 EFF has long maintained that it is impossible to conduct mass surveillance and still protect the privacy and constitutional rights of...

By bending the knee to China, corporate America endangers democracy

By Helen Raleigh, National Review, October 2019 Early last week, we learned Apple pulled a popular app, HK Map Live, from the App Store. Hong Kong protesters have been relying...

Palestinian teens find IDF surveillance camera, Microsoft faces backlash

By Jerusalem Post Staff, The Jerusalem Post, October 2019 Young men from Kober, a village northwest of Ramallah, posted a video on Youtube and photos showing them finding a camouflaged...

Apple removes app that helps Hong Kong protesters track police

By Jack Nicas, The New York Times, October 2019 Apple removed an app late Wednesday that enabled protesters in Hong Kong to track the police, a day after facing intense criticism...

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is getting away with tyranny in Egypt thanks to his...

By Bel Trew, The Independent, October 2019 Some parents in Egypt started banning their children from leaving the house on Fridays fearing, even if they don’t join anti-government rallies, they could risk of...