Left Foot Forward presents the top five emerging threats to your privacy online.
Alex Hern reports on the uncomfortable fact that US law now seems to apply to everywhere online, no matter where you actually are
Egypt has show how the modern connected complex world has become more fragile, reports Ged Carroll.
What if an early warning system existed that could raise the alarm on the next financial crisis? Stephen Fitzpatrick, of Profero, investigates.
Something has to be done about the country’s digital infrastructure. It is the good that the government recognises this, but like the Labour administration before it, the Lib/Con coalition repeatedly fails to grasp what needs to be done and how to do it.
At present your Internet Service Provider (ISP) does not discriminate between different types of web data. So the text, images etc. of this Left Foot Forward article are delivered to you at the same speed as a page from the BBC News website or an auction page on eBay.
Ben Brandzel, international online organiser who builds progressive grassroots power and currently runs campaigns for President Obama’s politcal arm, on how progressives can use online organising to create real change, and why they should.
Will Straw has written a chapter for the Hansard Society’s new report, ‘The internet and the 2010 election’, in which he argues that Labour’s online team and local campaigners learned some important lessons from Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.