May
04

Remembrance Day

b2ap3_thumbnail_dodenherdenking500.jpgMay 4th is Remembrance Day in the Netherlands, a day to remember the people killed in World War II. It is good to see that even now, nearly 70 years after the end of the war, this day is still alive. Many people join one of the many ceremonies all over the country and respect the two minutes of silence at 8 p.m.

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May
02

May 2nd 1989 - the start of the end of the Berlin Wall

Today 25 years ago, on May 2nd 1989, Hungary started to take down the barbed wire fence at the border to Austria. This marked the start of the final weeks of the Berlin wall.

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May
01

Marco Civil da Internet - A civil rights charta for the net

b2ap3_thumbnail_brasil-http.jpgThe first Charta of civil rights for the internet is reality – in the year that the internet turned 25. With the “Marco Civil da Internet” Brazil is the first country with a law that guarantees civil right in the use of the internet and addresses issues as net neutrality, privacy, freedom of speech/expression and access to the internet.

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Apr
29

Free weekly #3: Pulitzer for NSA, drones and pink prisons

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In this edition: the US about drones and net neutrality, Pulitzer and NSA and Snowden helps Putin

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Apr
26

Ukraine on the brink of a (civil) war?

The tension between Ukraine and Russia heightens by the hour. The war of words can easily turn into a real war between both countries or a civil war in Ukraine.

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