Archive for February, 2012

The global impact of GTMO prison

In a recent press conference held in Washington, the Chinese vice president,  Xi Jinping, said “Of course in human rights situation there is always a room for enhancement”. He, of course, is right. But the expression on the secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s face at that moment was that of helplessness. You can almost tell […]

Internet governance – where do we begin?

Last week we witnessed a stronghold of the virtual world invaded and corrupted by corporations.  After it helped fuel the Arab spring and the Occupy movements around the world, twitter is now domesticated. The popular social media website announced that it now holds the right to filter messages in any country, if the government of […]