The first criminal case against a blogger Dmitri Soloviev in Russia with a happy ending unfolded over a long period of time. After two years of investigation and three socio-linguistic assessments, experts didn’t find any evidence of “incitement hatred against police and Russian Security Service officers.”
We can complain all we want about the political/ideological divide we’re experiencing today. But unless we name and confront those who maintain and exacerbate it for the sake of power, we can’t address it.
Four more years of this will be the end of the world as we know it.
Ever since the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica story broke, privacy has been the talk of the town in Washington, DC, and conventional wisdom is that Congress will begin debating comprehensive privacy legislation in earnest in 2019.
Active History is celebrating its tenth anniversary! As part of our anniversary celebrations we are sharing glimpses of how Active History developed and showcasing our favourite and most popular posts from the past ten years.
And when did he know it?
The EPA wants to ban research that doesn’t violate the privacy of its subjects. That means less science — and fewer rules for polluters.
FORCE11 Board of Directors Statement on Restrictions to Immigration
Starting the summer vacation at the Simcoe County archives, museum and the Barrie library may seem as a different approach to welcoming the holidays.
It is so easy to lose our heads. To get angry or depressed or want to run and hide.
The recently released House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report on Donald Trump implicates more high-level White House officials in addition to the President.
In a local context in which Peruvian radio [es] and television [es] stations have lately been closed for supposed political reasons, the end of transmission of a pair of “album-oriented rock” radio stations may seem insignificant.
Today LGBTQ Victory Fund, the only national organization dedicated to electing LGBTQ leaders to public office, endorsed Sarah McBride in her 2020 race for the Delaware state Senate.
Episode 11 of the “Just Stick to Parenting” podcast series by Doyin Richards.
On Friday, I was heartened to see Senator Elizabeth Warren enter the digital platform competition debate in a big way. Her proposal has already generated a ton of great conversation about how digital platforms ought to be regulated.
One story that may not qualify as having been ‘forgotten’ is that of Canada and the Chinese Labour Corps.