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Latest update : 2011-09-06

Gaddafi's cozy relationship with Western IT companies

There is new evidence that reportedly proves Western IT firms provided the tools employed by the former Libyan regime to monitor the communications of the Libyan people. Once again, US and European technology firms have either directly or indirectly become complicit in the suppression of free and open communications in authoritarian societies.

By Eric Olander

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2014-07-04 Internet

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2014-06-20 technology

The founding father of the web argues for browsing without borders

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2014-06-14 technology

Digital Brazil

This week's #TECH24 takes you to Brazil for a closer look at Rio de Janeiro's smart city quest and Sao Paulo's new industrial revolution. Plus, we tell you all about the new...

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2014-06-19 technology

Robots in our lives

This week, we have a very special guest on Tech 24. Aria is a robot, made in France. In this edition we look at how robots are being introduced into our lives around the world....

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