Stories about Technology from April, 2015
Multiple Twitter accounts were created on the same day, sometimes within hours of each other. This trend, typical for automated bot networks, was evident throughout Alexander's pro-Kremlin bot sample.
A spontaneous global social network is now building data collection to provide key support to people back in Nepal and are calling for action.
"Why is there just a single—and poorly functioning—Internet service provider for Ethiopia’s 90 million people? We know better than to ask this of public officials."
Leading opponents of the legislation from civil society say they will take the government to court if the president signs the bill into law.
Google and eBay may be caving to Russia's data localization law, a move that would leave users even more vulnerable to state surveillance than they are today.
KaiKai News empowers young Sierra Leoneans with documentary-making skills.
Globalvoicesonline.org is now blocked in Iran. But you can outsmart these Internet filters and access our site by adding "https://" to the beginning of the URL. What's up with that?
Turkey's ruling party is becoming accustomed to getting its way more often than not in its long-running war on social media users.
After photos of public prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz with a gun pointed to his head began circulating on Twitter, hundreds of news sites and social networks were blocked.
Maya provides a platform where women can freely speak about their emotional, medical, legal, and social needs anonymously, without being judged.