Read the article in The Guardian. More information is available (for example) from Human Rights Watch.
See the film Die dunkle Seite der Wikipedia about the information warfare on Wikipedia, where government agencies appear to be very active, and a related petition for transparency (both links to content in German).
As several countries around the world are pushing hard to undermine encryption, we need to be reminded about the speech by Jacob Appelbaum: We need more, not less democracy. He speaks from personal experience of government harassment.
In Indonesia, president Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has expressed a commitment to resolve a number of past human rights violations by the end of this year. Read the article in The Jakarta Post and see Stop Impunity in Indonesia.
Investigative journalist Allan Nairn says that
for Guatemala, this is kind of the beginning of a Nuremberg trial-type process, except it’s not being done by a foreign, occupying power that just won a war, the way the Nuremberg trials were done. This is being done by the local justice system.
Read more in Democracy Now!
While we are still waiting for accountability in many western countries for those responsible for secret prisons (sometimes called black sites) and the apparent corruption involved, information has emerged about secret prisons also in Sri Lanka. Read more on ReliefWeb.