Mexico’s #SpyGovernment case dropped like a bomb in 2016, with demands for accountability and transparency. So why haven’t the government done anything about it? Giovanna Salazar reports.
Dean Baker surveys the latest legal attack on unions and workers’ rights.
On the subject of how privacy has always been reserved for the non-poor. Sam Adler-Bell reviews two books, Automating Inequality and The Poverty of Privacy Rights.
For French philosopher Alain Badiou, elections pose a more important question for the movement in Egypt beyond the issue of participation.
The attempt to stifle “fake news” also stifles legitimate voices of protest. Cristina Orsi writes.