In yet another anti-technological move, Australia has now passed its anti-encryption bill in spite of widespread protests.
Article 11 and Article 13 are currently in “Trilogue” meetings. Leaks suggest that the EU’s copyright proposal haven’t changed much.
Days before Hitman 2 was scheduled to be released, it seems someone managed to crack the DRM used to “protect” the game.
It’s been a well-documented problem that US carriers are throttling competing services. Now US senate Democrats want answers from four major carriers.
The protection of net neutrality in Canada has been a source of pride. Now, comments by the CRTC chairman are raising concerns.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that laws protecting net neutrality are legal. Unfortunately, those are the laws that were already scrapped.
The head of YouTube is joining the massive opposition and condemning article 13 as a threat to free speech.
Consumers hoping California will protect their interests will have to wait a little longer. They agreed to wait for lawsuit resolutions.
As the litigation war intensifies between ISPs, states, and the Trump administration, American’s are increasingly relying on VPN services for protection.
Big US ISPs are continuing their litigation tour of America. Their next target to stop network neutrality is Vermont.