In this month’s edition of Democracy Drinks Berlin, Liberties, joined by GFF's free speech expert Felix Reda, re-imagined a brighter future for social media platforms. Read on to learn why he thinks a community-led approach is the way forward.
What is a white hat hacker, and what’s the difference between them and other hackers? Here’s why internet hacking isn’t always bad or illegal.
The use of facial recognition technology is expanding rapidly. One of the fastest growing surveillance technologies, it is present in our everyday lives - often without us realising. But the danger it poses to our privacy is finally being taken seriously.
The Commission’s proposal to fight online child sexual abuse is well intentioned, but badly executed. It would threaten encryption and harm our fundamental rights, including children's. Even without authoritarianism on the rise, this would be dangerous.
The European Commission has raised concerns about Ireland's planned Electoral Reform Bill, highlighting a number of issues regarding its practical interpretation that would impose an onerous duty on online platforms to tackle illegal political ads.
Targeted political advertising poses a threat to free & fair elections across Europe. The EU’s proposal to fix this fails to set up effective safeguards. This is why we shared a few ideas to make the upcoming European rule better and stronger.
Do you know the 7 principles of GDPR and why they are important? Here's what we all need to know about these principles.
Artificial intelligence makes our lives safer, easier and healthier in so many ways. But it can also pose serious threats to our rights and society as a whole. Here are 10 ways it impacts everyday life, and the possible consequences that follow.
Don’t really know what GDPR is and why it matters? We explain in simple and easy language why personal data has to be protected, what your rights are, and why this matters for democracy.
The EU is entering the homestretch of negotiations on the DSA, which promises to change how big platforms work in order to better protect the rights of citizens. But if certain proposals are not included, it could fail to achieve its fundamental aim.