The US government is demonstrating that it is no better than the country it has long criticized for its vast censorship apparatus.
Trump’s cronies are dismantling the organization that helped give birth to open source tools like Signal and Tor. For activists around the world, the results could be disastrous.
Meanwhile, Iran seems to be testing its own national intranet, something authoritarian regimes are increasingly interested in.
Last month Turkey's government banned Grindr, which is just the latest manifestation of the country's widespread homophobic censorship. But gay activist groups are fighting back.