freedom of speech

Advertising Op-Ed: Why Hitler Would Have Loved Twitter

Marketing pioneer Scott Bedbury says that every brand has a conscience but somewhere along the way Twitter's got lost in the clicks, tweets and retweets

Advertising Reporters Without Borders Used Google Maps To Fight Censorship

The organization's branch in Sweden launched a campaign that shares the words of silenced journalists on digitally altered billboards through Google Street View

Design 10 Inspiring Female Pioneers From PSFK's PurpleList

To celebrate International Women's Day 2018, we are highlighting some of the dynamic female pioneers PSFK has worked with over the years

Technology Germany Is Cracking Down On Online Hate Speech With A New Law

Social media companies are on the hook for fines as high as $57 million

Entertainment "Fake News" Used To Promote Upcoming Movie

20th Century Fox used the technique to spread information about their upcoming film, "A Cure for Wellness."

Gaming & Play 'Je Suis Charlie' Sympathizers Mapped In Solidarity

Check-in app lets Charlie Hebdo supporters celebrate freedom of expression

Syndicated Tim Berners-Lee Speaks Out Against Unchecked Government Surveillance

The web inventor joined with over 100 activists and groups to call for an end to the hypocrisy of the US and UK ruling bodies.

Innovation Ai Weiwei Is Releasing A Heavy Metal Album

Chinese artist has written nine rock-tinged tracks for music debut to follow his Gangnam-style video.

Home Is Michael Moore Taking On Obama?

Moore supporting activists who have mounted a case against the Obama administration seeking change on civil liberties issues.

Work The Guardian Selects Their Top 20 Internet Freedom Fighters

From politicians and professors to computer scientists and the first programmer, these are the champions of the open internet.

Design Ai Weiwei: How Chinese Censorship Can Never Defeat The Internet

Renown artists believes that freedom can't be stopped in the internet age.

Luxury The Work Of Art In The Age Of DDOS Attacks

Nadia Plesner's contrarian and provocative stance over her use of the likeness of a Louis Vuitton Bag in her artwork see's her facing fines of €5000 for every day she continues to do so.