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13 May 2014

Stories from 13 May 2014

Ethics and Transparency in Private Companies

Peru and NetMundial: Same Old, Same Old… or Worse

Problems with Computer Virus? Click Here

An Artistic Glimpse Into Exiled Iranians’ Nostalgia for the Homeland

Recent moves by moderate President Hassan Rouhani suggest things could change in the future, but returning still remains risky. Iranian-Canadian photographer Saman Aghvami attempted to capture the nostalgia.

Remixing Videos on Communication Tapping

Technological Activism on Campaign Against #LeyTelecom

Where Did the Blogs from El Salvador Go?

EU Survey Indicates Correlation Between Anti-Minorities Views and Ideological Right

Does This Sexist, Violent Video Make You Want to Vote?

Madagascar to Start Distributing Crude Oil Locally and Hope to Boost Job Market

Playing with Marbles

One Macedonian Man's 65-Year Battle to Get His Property Back

A Macedonian blogger profiled Dushko Brankovikj, whose property has been nationalized twice. He won every court case so far, but the state has yet to return what belongs to him.

Ugandan Bloggers Demand the Release of Ethiopian Bloggers

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