Digital security is increasingly important for media workers, NGOs and human rights activists. Here are our #mediadev articles on the topic.
It's not enough for the media to simply report on how the digital world is changing – journalists also need to stand up for digital rights, for all of our sakes. (06.06.2017)
Journalists depend on contacts for conducting research, but these sources can be vulnerable to state reprisals. The Ugandan Hub for Investigative Media offers five tips for protecting contacts in the digital age. (29.05.2017)
Journalists working in Eastern Europe and Russia face the double digital security threats of targeted surveillance and hacking attacks by cybercriminals. (08.03.2017)
Links to online digital security tools, guides, training curriculums and research for media development organizations wanting to protect journalists and activists. (31.01.2017)
Media development organizations need comprehensive digital security plans to keep safe journalists and human rights defenders, who are increasingly the target of digital surveillance. (25.01.2017)
For journalists, cyberspace is one of the ten most dangerous places in the world, it's as dangerous as countries like Egypt or Syria. #mediadev looks at some of the ways media development can deal with the threat. (20.12.2016)
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