Major foreign movie studios are pushing Japan to implement Internet censorship. They are using every talking point in the book to make it happen.
Mozilla is expanding its offerings once again. This time, they are offering VPN service to their users.
The 50 million user data breach apparently affected 5 million European users. Some are saying that Facebook could be slapped with a $1.63 billion fine.
In less than a day after Facebook suffered a data breach, a class action lawsuit was filed in the Northern District of California.
The Equifax data breach hit 147 million citizens. Now, Equifax is facing a £500,000 in the UK because of it.
It seems Europe is not done cracking down on the Internet. They are now demanding platforms police content and search for terrorism.
Spy agencies from Canada, the US, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand are demanding services include backdoors to their encryption.
The Australian government wants to create a system for law enforcement to access encrypted information.
A European proposal (dubbed “E-Evidence”) that would allow the American government to potentially wiretap European citizens is receiving backlash.
Europe’s privacy laws, the GDPR is in force. While you might think privacy advocates would be happy, reaction seems to be a bit more divided.