PIA launches VPN pass to bolster digital rights in high-risk areas
Private Internet Access launches PIA Privacy Pass, offering free VPN subscriptions to journalists and NGOs in high-risk areas.
Private Internet Access expands global server network to 91 countries
Private Internet Access (PIA) has expanded its global server network to 91 countries, strengthening its position in the cybersecurity sector.
Link revealed between censorship and VPN surges across Asia
Countries across Asia are experiencing a surge of VPN networks, an uptake that is likely due to increased censorship in the region.
New research reveals most desired blocked internet content
Over 80% of internet users searching how to unblock something online want access to YouTube content, a study has found.
Internet filtering not the answer - InternetNZ
The proposed law change is part of the New Zealand government response to the Christchurch terror attacks that occurred in March last year.
Revealed: The countries with the worst internet freedom
Turkmenistan tops the list for the world's worst internet censorship, says Tech.co report.
NZ ISPs issue open letter to social media giants to discuss censorship
NZ telcos urge Facebook, Twitter, Google for talks on curbing violent content after Christchurch attack.
The importance of net neutrality in today’s digital world
Who will end up paying any additional costs that are levied? Will cloud providers be taxed by the telco operators?.
Facebook deems a number of threatening statements 'acceptable'
Leaked guidelines for Facebook moderators show how they monitor violence, hate speech, revenge porn and more on the social media platform.
Conservative Party applauds Israel’s porn block
Conservative Party heralds Israel's new measure blocking porn as a 'common sense' solution for societal issues.
New weapon in fight against nipple censorship: Man boobs?
A cancer support group out of Argentina is making waves with its new video, taking shots at social media networks who censor showing women’s breasts.
Into the River ban a complete fail
Because Into the River is available online, the odds are that an interim restriction order will be about as effective as a screen door on a submarine.
500 million now accessing the internet in China
User base growing at a rate of 70 million per year; how long can authorities maintain control over content?.
UN: Forced 'net disconnection violates civil rights
A UN report on the right to freedom of expression calls the denial of internet service a violation of civil rights.
Trolling for canterbury
Events like the Christchurch earthquake bring out the best, and the worst, in people.
US military stores to ban Medal of Honor
The outcry over the Medal of Honor Taliban controversy is starting to take its toll, with game retailers on US Army and Air Force bases now disallowed to sell the upcoming shooter.
Digg investigates censorship claim
Digg Patriots caught burying liberal stories on the popular social news website.
Google to stay in China
The Chinese government has renewed Google’s licence to operate in China.
“There oughta be a law!”
With the internet now an integral part of modern living, governments in democratic countries are raising the serious question of whether it can continue to function untouched by legislation.
Confusion reigns in Google/China standoff
Google has now retracted statements made earlier this week that websites unable to be accessed from Google.
China clamps down on news about Google
The Chinese government is escalating its online war against<br />Google, telling all local media agencies they must toe the party line when<br />reporting anything to do with Google.
[UPDATE] Google redirects, China retaliates
The decision by Google to move some of its Chinese search<br />services to Hong Kong may have kept its promise that searches on Google.
The Net's enemies named
Australia is being monitored by an<br />organisation dedicated to freedom of information, because of its plans to<br />introduce compulsory Internet filtering.
Aussie 'Web blackout' protest next week
Australian Web site owners are being urged to mark Australia Day (January 26th) with an online blackout to protest against planned compulsory Internet filtering.