Two months after military coup attempt in Turkey shocked the world, senior internet researchers Melih Kırlıdoğ and Mustafa Akgül find counter-intuitive evidence on the role the internet played.
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eGovernment researcher Christian Djeffal draws conclusions on a chatbot that is proving useful to citizens… and turning eGovernment on its head.
Turkey's strategy of repressing opposing voices in the aftermath of the failed coup of 15 July 2016 has transformed from surveilling perceived enemies and repressing specific digital content to arresting and silencing anyone who has been classified as a threat to Erdoğan's position of power.
Speaking of 'disruption of journalism' when talking about big data leaks is "so 2010", finds researcher Stefan Baack. Every major leak since the Afghan war logs has followed the same pattern.
Medical insurance companies, doctors and medical researchers face-off over the increasing use of big data in healthcare. Here is why.
This is the third of a series of posts about the pending EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and its consequences for intermediaries and user speech online.
This is the second of a series of posts about the pending EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and its consequences for intermediaries and user speech online.
German and French incumbent media companies have a new enemy: advertisement blocking software company Eyeo. The first court hearing in Munich hints at where this battle is headed to next.
When ‘governance’ started rhyming with ‘government’, Turkish activists thought, "it’s time to organise an alternative conference alongside the official UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF)". Read this interview with three organisers of the Internet Ungovernance Forum , which took place in Istanbul on 4-5 September 2014.
Facebook announced a first zero-service in 2010, but at this year's Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul, it was Wikipedia who had to defend itself against network neutrality advocates.