In an effort to presumably get back into the good graces of Apple, Tumblr may have inadvertently made a great case against automatic filtering.
Quora, a social media platform for asking questions, has suffered a data breach. 100 million user accounts have been compromised.
Major media conglomerates are changing tactics when it comes to pushing for the censorship machine. They now say it’s all about YouTube payouts.
Free speech took a hit in Australia. Despite the opposition, the government passed the increasing of Internet censorship.
Ride hailing service Uber has been fined €1 Million for the data breach it experienced in 2016. The total fine comes from two different countries.
November seems to be ending with a bang on the security front. Marriott has been hit with a huge 500 million account data breach.
Debate over the encryption legislation in Australia is heating up. Companies are now saying they are prepared to leave the country because of it.
The head of YouTube is joining the massive opposition and condemning article 13 as a threat to free speech.
Mozilla is expanding its offerings once again. This time, they are offering VPN service to their users.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Sony over compensation. Specifically, it relates to streaming royalties.