Anonymous hacktivists deface Donald Trump’s website with a tribute to Jon Stewart
The hackers thanked Stewart for a 'steadfast dedication to the irony and power of Truth.'
On Aug 3, 2015 by Dell Cameron
Egyptian court frees former president Hosni Mubarak
Mubarak is going free, unlike dozens of activists and opposition members.
On May 11, 2015 by Curt Hopkins
How the Arab Spring became the Middle East’s long winter
The costs of freedom that aren't easily communicated in 140 characters.
On Apr 3, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
Gunmen storm Tunisian museum, killing several people and taking hostages
Their motives are currently unclear.
On Mar 18, 2015 by Andrew Couts
7 things we still don’t know about Hillary Clinton
She has much bigger questions to answer than what's in her inbox.
On Mar 13, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
Egypt sends famous blogger to prison for protesting due-process violations
His supporters shouted 'Down with military rule!' at the trial.
On Feb 23, 2015 by Aaron Sankin
‘Transformers’ director Michael Bay in talks to film movie about Benghazi
We're sure he can give the subject the restrained, tasteful treatment it deserves.
On Nov 3, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
Tech experts discuss the greatest threats to Internet freedom
Thousands of Internet experts detail what they consider to be the greatest threats.
On Jul 4, 2014 by Fran Berkman
Does this 13-year-old ‘Simpsons’ episode prove that the U.S. is behind the Arab Spring?
A satirical song from The Simpsons is being used as proof that the U.S. engineered the Arab Spring.
On May 7, 2014 by Rob Price
Fighting Middle Eastern patriarchy with the power of Facebook
The uprising of women in the Arab world is more than a Facebook page. It's a rallying post for a growing community of people pushing for equal rights for wome in the Middle East.
On Jan 7, 2013 by Kris Holt
Activists try workarounds during Syria’s Internet blackout
Google has reactivated Speak2Tweet, and Telecomix has posted free dial-up numbers, but it's hard to say what's working.
On Nov 30, 2012 by Curt Hopkins
“Arab Spring” Kickstarter suddenly suspended
Former journalist Matthew Vandyke was about $4,000 short when his documentary project was taken offline yesterday.
On Aug 22, 2012 by Jennifer Abel
YouTube launches Human Rights channel to spotlight citizen journalists
The channel is a partnership with nonprofit organization Witness and social news service Storyful that will curate human rights stories from around the world.
On May 25, 2012 by Jordan Valinsky