Sources HotLink - May 26, 2016

Publisher:  Sources
Date Written:  26/05/2016
Year Published:  2016  
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Resource Type:  Serial Publication (Periodical)
Cx Number:  CX19464

This issue takes a look at the good and bad of governments. Stateside, the NSA and CIA are at it again. Repeating mistakes in spite of media scandals and public outcry. Spies will be spies. In Uganda, censorship flexes its muscles and free elections become less free. In the Russian cyberspace, a though provoking debate is being had over the limitations of free speech. Finally, in the Middle East, we have a bit of hot and cold. The Pakistani Senate celebrates a victory for democracy and the freedom of speech.



Russian Media and Internet Users Debate the Ethics of Reporting on Teenage Suicide
NSA and CIA Double Their Warrantless Searches on Americans in Two Years
Pakistan's Senate Gets Smart About Terrible Cyber-Crime Bill
Ugandan government bans live media coverage of opposition activities
Syrian Activists Raise the Alarm Over a Possible Massacre in Hama Prison

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