The People Refusing To Mourn Queen Elizabeth's Death, and Why
South Africa's EFF referenced the suppression of Kenya's Mau Mau rebellion during the queen's reign in the 1950s.
South African Party Leader Says Anger Should Be Directed at Wealthy Whites
South Africa is grappling with a wave of violence that has largely targeted foreign nationals from other African countries.
Save South Africa's White Farmers, Activists Plead
The South African parliament is accused of tacitly supporting attacks on white farmers after it passed a motion which could see farmland redistributed without compensation.
Who Is John Perry Barlow? Internet Champion Dies at 70
Barlow was the man behind some of the Grateful Dead's hits, but he earned recognition thanks to his fight for open internet rights.
More Than Half of All Internet Traffic Is Now Encrypted
Important milestone reached that protects more web users from eavesdropping and hackers.
Trump's New FCC Chief Must Not Dismantle Net Neutrality
Ajit Pai, Trump's pick for United States Federal Communications Commission, has opposed net neutrality in the past.
FBI Develops Tattoo Tracking Technology
Privacy advocates compare initiative to Nazi Germany using tattoos to track Jews during the Holocaust.
South Africa's Ruling ANC Party Losing Numbers
Membership of South Africa's ruling party is in decline but voters are being offered greater choice than ever
Opposition Party Makes Gains From Violence in South Africa
The recent violence is also hampering regional relations as Nigeria threatens to recall its ambassador.
Drag Queens Receive Apology From Facebook
Site's apology leaves real-name policy in place and fails to mention others affected
Sprint's New Data Plan Makes You Pay for Your Favorite App's Data
Sprint's new phone plan favors established social media companies, digital rights advocates warn
Review Board Says PRISM Is 'Valuable and Effective'
The same board that said the NSA's telephone metadata collection was illegal now gives PRISM the green light
Activists Fly Airship over the NSA's Data Center
In protest of the NSA's massive spying operations, three activist groups flew an airship over the agency's new data center.