Zelensky's clampdown: censorship and silencing from the West's poster boy
The banning of opposition parties and media clampdown in Ukraine underline the need for an anti-war war position independent of Zelensky, argues Kevin Ovenden
Facebook must reverse the ban on the SWP - Counterfire statement
Counterfire's statement on Facebook shutting down the Socialist Workers Party page
Snowden’s Box: Trust in the Age of Surveillance - book review
The story of Snowden’s whistleblowing reveals the importance of genuinely free journalism, but only mass movements can truly defend civil liberties, argues Peter Stäuber
The Great Firewall of China - book review
Hopes for the internet as a tool of liberation fall foul of the dominance of corporate interests, in the West as well as China, argues Elaine Graham-Leigh
Don't extradite Assange: Wish You Were Here
Terina Hine reports from Monday's event in support of Julian Assange
This is not about offence!
Offensive jokes are a significant part of the infrastructure of prejudice argues Jeremy Messenger
Internet security or the preparation for a new gagging law?
New internet security legislation is being presented as child protection, in reality it's an attempt to further restrict freedom of expression for the wider public argues Anita de Klerk