People use computers at an internet cafe in Ankara February 6, 2014. Turkey's parliament, where Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party has a majority, has approved internet controls enabling web pages to be blocked within hours in what the opposition decried as part of a government bid to stifle a corruption scandal with methods more suitable to "times of coups". Under a bill passed late on Wednesday, telecommunications authorities can block access to material within four hours without a prior court order, tightening restrictions imposed in a widely criticised law adopted by the EU candidate in 200.
Using Digital Technology for Good
March 5, 2014,
Digital technologies have dramatically altered the capability to gather and exchange information in recent years. Many use these beneficial technologies for unlawful purposes. A new report from the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children proposes policy solutions to address this complicated issue.