Internal Facebook documents recently reviewed by ProPublica, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom, reveal that the social media behemoth’s censors often condone hate speech by white men but punish racialized minorities and activist groups for legitimate political expression.
“When we live connected to a community, we are more likely to become champions for one another, not just for ourselves,” writes Sarah van Gelder, the co-founder and editor at large of YES! Magazine.
The cybersecurity debate can undermine human rights and the international obligation on governments to protect them, argues Lucy Purdon, a policy officer at Privacy International.
Mugabe surrendered Zimbabweans’ US$2.76 billion to multinational corporations through “illicit financial flows”
An eye-opening report released by the Washington, D.C.-based Global Financial Integrity in December 2015 reveals an inconvenient truth: Between 2004 and 2013, Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe lost a staggering US$2.76 billion to multinational corporations through “illicit financial flows”.
In the 1980s, while still labelling Nelson Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC) political party a “typical terrorist organisation,” Margaret Thatcher’s government wooed the South African apartheid regime with promises of a “Marshall Plan for southern Africa”.