· October, 2013

Stories about Surveillance from October, 2013

28 October 2013

Argentina and the New Surveillance Tech: Watching Your Every Move

Be careful where you look, what you touch, and how you walk -- the government may be watching. Ramiro Alvarez Ugarte explains how Argentina's biometric data collection system infringes on...

17 October 2013

China Beefs Up '50 Cent’ Army of Paid Internet Propagandists

China has given official recognition to the 50 Cent Party job amid a crackdown on online public opinion leaders in an effort to better manipulate Internet discussion.

15 October 2013

Brazil: the New Internet Freedom Champion?

Dilma Rousseff's UN speech was met with praise from digital rights advocates around the world. Human rights lawyer Eduardo Bertoni argues that this is a positive development, but actions speak...

Internet and Statecraft: Brazil and the Future of Internet Governance

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has pledged to make Brazil an international pioneer for human rights online. Policy expert Carolina Rossini weighs in on what this could mean for the future...

14 October 2013

Zambia: Careful What You Say — the President is Listening

Ethnic group leaders in Zambia are finding government surveillance devices planted under their thrones and even in their bedrooms.

12 October 2013

GV Face: Fighting for an Open Internet in Brazil

This week on GV Face, Global Voices' weekly video hangout series, we talk with Brazil author Raphael Tsavkko, Internet policy expert Carolina Rossini and Joana Varon, an author of Brazil's...

11 October 2013

From Brazil to the World: the Marco Civil and Internet Governance

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff delivered a searing critique of US government surveillance programs at the UN this fall and presented Brazil as a leader in upholding human rights online. Will...

2 October 2013

Peru: Congress Passes “Practically Secret” Version of IT Crimes Act

In final deliberations over the controversial IT Crimes Bill, also known as the Beingolea Law, Congress members created and unanimously approved a new version of the bill, leaving no opportunity...

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