Nation Topics - Internet and New Media
News and Features
The battle for the Internet has politicized prankster cybercollectives like Anonymous--and now authorities are cracking down.
Peter Van Buren is a State Department employee—who might get fired for disseminating public information about WikiLeaks online.
The embattled WikiLeaks founder has hired two renowned human rights attorneys for his extradition hearing on the sexual assault case in Sweden.
At the 2011 Personal Democracy Forum, the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Jillian C. York discusses WikiLeaks and the censorship of expression on the Internet.
Congressman Anthony Weiner says he'll resign, the latest politician brought down by haters and shamers like Andrew Breitbart and a national media that has the sexual maturity of a 7th grader.
The man behind the @MayorEmanuel Twitter account talks about writing a real-time novel with tweets and how social media networks are ushering in a new generation of satire.
The Egyptian feminist, activist and journalist discusses the powerful role of personal narratives in the Arab Spring
When the lines between fantasy, desire, action and intent have been so blurred, the thought itself becomes the crime.
As the feminist blogosphere expands in both size and influence, women from a wide spectrum of society are finding their voices and audiences as never before.
Al Jazeera English's Ahmed Shihab-Eldin explains how social media facilitates political movements in the Arab world.
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