WikiTribune's interview with the director of the Criminalization of Race and Poverty project at the Institute for Policy Studies
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Twitter accounts believed to be operated by Russian military intelligence suspended following indictments in Mueller investigation
WikiTribune is covering the demonstrations against President Trump's UK visit in London
The most comprehensive U.S. privacy law to date is a "terrible policy produced by a terrible process," say law experts
The NHS is implementing AI, but its bigger hurdle may be gaining patients' trust due to privacy concerns over data misuse
How effective is California's new privacy law in practice? Help WikiTribune report
WikiTribune is interviewing Bruce Schneier, author of Data and Goliath. Add your questions here.
EU Parliament rejects controversial updated proposal to its 2001 Copyright Directive
WikiTribune is exploring how poverty gets criminalized around the world. Add your ideas here
After Google's internal revolt, Microsoft employees followed suit by protesting against ICE. What's changed?
A key EU committee has approved Article 13, which critics say will act as a universal copyright filter for the internet
The founder of Sophia the humanoid robot told WikiTribune he wants her to be alive, but critics are cautious