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7 Reasons a Government Backdoor to the iPhone Would Be Catastrophic

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Amnesty International staff targeted with malicious spyware

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Amnesty welcomes reports of an end to Dragonfly

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Building a smart partnership for the fourth industrial revolution

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Cato Policy Report - May, June 2018

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Coming to life: artificial intelligence in Africa

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CROWDSOURCED TWITTER STUDY REVEALS SHOCKING SCALE OF ONLINE ABUSE AGAINST WOMEN

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Digital threats against human rights defender in Pakistan

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Disclosure and Subsequent Innovation

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EU: LEAK REVEALS STATES ARE READY TO PUT HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS AT RISK TO PROTECT SURVEILLANCE INDUSTRY

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European assistance to the US lethal drone programme

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Fintech Powering Inclusive Growth in Africa

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GOOGLE MUST NOT CAPITULATE TO CHINA'S CENSORSHIP DEMANDS

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GOOGLE'S NEW CHAT SERVICE SHOWS TOTAL CONTEMPT FOR ANDROID USERS' PRIVACY

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How New Technologies Can Help—and Hurt—Migrant Workers

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How tech is fueling grassroots organizing in Indonesia

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Innovation on Cyber Collaboration Leverage at Scale

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IPU report shows that new technologies can help reconnect people with parliaments

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ISRAEL: 'ROGUE' NSO GROUP MUST HAVE LICENCE REVOKED OVER CONTROVERSIAL SURVEILLANCE SOFTWARE

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JORDAN: GOVERNMENT SHOULD WITHDRAW AMENDMENTS TO CYBERCRIMES LAW AHEAD OF UN REVIEW

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