Mikko Hyppönen, the chief research officer at F-secure and one of the most important people on the web talks about the challenges we face using applications that send information in real time.Read more "“Living online attacks our privacy, not so much our security”"
World Press Freedom Day 2016 is over and here is some highlights from the last day at Finlandia Hall in Helsinki, Finland.Read more "WPFD2016: Highlights of May 4th"
The Youth Newsroom asked the guests of World Press Freedom Day 2016 what should one do when confronting disinformation.Read more "How Should an Individual Act When Confronting Disinformation?"
As a part of the World Press Freedom Day’s celebrations, there was a panel discussion held in Finlandia-hall about data protection and online censorship. One of the panelists was Marietje Schaake, who is a Member of the European Parliament and speaks behalf of internet freedom.Read more "MEP Marietje Schaake on online censorship: “Practice that we should not want to have”"
Freedome VPN is an application that gives you anonymity online. It hides the IP address you use and keeps your browsing activity private. With every opportunity comes a threat, but F-Secure doesn´t worry the application being used for illegal purposes.Read more "Freedome VPN keeps browsing private – F-Secure believes in good people"
Aidan White, the Director of the Ethical Journalism Network spoke with us about hate speech and how journalists can oppose it. The Ethical Journalism Network has created a 5-point test for journalists that presents ways to prevent hate speech generating journalism from happening.Read more "Aidan White from Ethical Journalism Network: How can journalists oppose hate speech"
The main day of the event is now done after many interesting panel discussions and guests. Here are some higlights from the celebration of World Press Freedom Day on May 3rd at the Finlandia Hall in Helsinki, Finland.Read more "WPFD2016: Highlights of May 3rd"
A side event panel discussion between Ukrainian and Russian journalists was held at the first day of World Press Freedom Day 2016 in one of the side events.Read more "Stopping hate speech, concerns of safety – dialogue between Ukrainian and Russian journalists"
Tarja Halonen was the first female president in Finland. She spoke about cultural policies and artistic freedom in a panel discussion held in the Finnish National Museum. The panel was a part of World Press Freedom Day 2016.Read more "President Tarja Halonen on gender equality: It took time until people stopped mentioning about my handbags"
We asked conference participants what gender equality means to them and how men and women are represented in the media.Read more "What gender equality means to WPFD2016 guests?"