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This article was commissioned by the OPTF to as part of a project to encourage more writing on digital rights issues. Adenike Fapohunda is a candidate attorney who did her final year thesis on the
Diego analyses a recent study from the Hermes Center covering the use of facial recognition technology at the Italian border.
The OPTF is once again a supporter of Privacy Awareness Week in 2022. We are encouraging people to take a proactive approach to privacy!
Ray Mwareya discusses how surveillance and cyber-harassment in Zimbabwe impacted his life and work as a journalist.
Mallory dives into the concept of trust on the internet. What does trust really mean? And how can things truly be zero-trust?
For decades, Hong Kong has maintained one of Asia’s freest Internet environments, despite being a part of China. As a special administrative region, reverted to Chinese sovereignty since July 1, 1997, Article 30 of Hong