From Web Police to Thought Police? Poland's new reforms

By Katarzyna Piasecka on Feb. 5, 2016

We spoke to Piotr Kładoczny from the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights about new Polish Internet surveillance laws. In his view: "We should remember that this won't be the last 'change for the better'. The Sejm has been working on yet more legislation that puts human rights at risk. [...] Disregarding the involvement of the international community, nobody will solve this crisis for us."

Adventures in Immersive Cinema: A reality by 2020? 

By Quetzalcoatl on Feb. 4, 2016

Every new year brings a new round of concepts based on new technologies – all of which are touted as revolutionary. Among the latest to emerge is one idea that’s likely to glean more interest than others: immersive cinema.

Brexit negotiations: Tusk yields to Cameron's demands

By euro topics on Feb. 3, 2016

Britain and other EU member states will have the right to deny welfare benefits to EU migrants for up to four years. The British government has responded positively to this and other proposals put forward by EU Council President Donald Tusk. But can they prevent a Brexit?

Italian Kingdom: Stories from London's Italian community

By Elettra Antognetti on Feb. 3, 2016

The Italian Kingdom editorial project began in 2015 by means of a "visual storytelling" project, which told the stories of Italians in London by showcasing the "faces" of the community. In less than a year, it developed to include a magazine, blog and an online radio show. Now, their first book is about to be published.