Earlier this year, the founder of the modern Web, Tim Berners-Lee, argued for government oversight of the Web as well as digital-rights-management (DRM). This week IDG Connect looks back at their coverage of internet freedom, government restrictions, and censorship around the world. Which countries offer internet freedom and which countries censor their citizens? Should the internet be a human right?
[*] Did LinkedIn Look Before Leaping the Great Firewall of China?
[*] 30 Years after 1984, Novels Can Teach Tech Utopians Lessons
[*] Moscow Trip: Struggling Identity or Plain Censorship?
[*] Can the Internet Help Curb Corruption in Russia?
[*] SE Asia: The Curious Case of Internet Freedom
[*] Authoritarian Governments on the Internet
[*] Should the internet be a human right?
[*] Social Media Censorship in Vietnam
Okay … we’re off and running with an all new Infomanager column “Apple Watch” and we’re following the news of the latest Apple baby the Apple Watch! (Not iWatch) Folks, it just keeps getting better and better when you’re following the UGN Apple Watch Infomanager …
[*] Apple Watch features wireless charging (sort of): Will it catch on?
[*] Heart to Heart: Apple Watch Hints at Future of Digital Flirting
[*] Apple Watch vs Moto 360: Which beautiful smartwatch is best?
[*] Gold ‘Edition’ Apple Watch could cost as much as $1,200
[*] Apple watch threatens Swiss industry’s timepieces
[*] Apple watch hints at future of digital flirting
[*] Is the Apple Watch a breakout product?
[*] A demo of the new Apple Watch.
[*] Apple Watch is right on time
[*] Apple Watch typeface