Stories from 10 April 2015
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.
Facing criticism from officials in the Ecuadorian government, several national and international organizations have signed the Manifesto for the Freedom of Expression, Anonymity, and Online Privacy in Ecuador.
A perspective on the Iranian nuclear agreement and what it means for Iranian people, human rights, and peace.
"We are a much informed and politically engaged nation now and we will not let our government fight other's wars."
"History tells us that people DO NOT grow to love and cherish dictatorships but rather the opposite."
KaiKai News empowers young Sierra Leoneans with documentary-making skills.
Cuba's participation in the 2015 Summit of the Americas will make history, and the inevitable encounter between the Venezuelan and US presidents will be full of tension.
By saying it is illegal to add celebrities’ images to certain memes, the Kremlin could be opening the door to banning a whole genre of absurdist online humor.