Digital rights advocates have long asked Facebook to adjust their “real name” policy. Now, WITNESS and other groups have begun a new push for change through the ‘Nameless Coalition.’
WITNESS’ top picks for SXSW 2016 panels.
We look at a myriad of new live streaming apps for your smart phone and address their potential uses for human rights advocacy and documentation.
WITNESS joins a growing coalition of privacy, human rights, and civil liberties organizations who are uniting to call for the United Nations Human Rights Commission to add a Special Rapporteur on Privacy.
nternet companies are producing more transparency reports about governments’ demands on the companies to hand over users’ data and take down their content.
Morgan Hargrave reviews Mobile Justice, a new app that allows users to document interactions with police and upload video and reports to ACLU servers.
Hyperlapse is a videography approach that combines timelapse with motion, often with a first-person perspective. How could it be used for human rights?
A dedicated online video-sharing site could show the breadth and scale of human rights violations worldwide, and enable coordinated action.