Ofcom has published a detailed overview on how it intends on enforcing the Online Safety Act. We take a look at this proposal.
UK regulator, Ofcom, has laid out its plans for how it intends on implementing the UK’s Online Harms Act.
The National Crime Agency director, Graeme Biggar, apparently had a massive anti-encryption rant following the passage the Online Safety Act.
It’s the moment British digital rights advocates have dreaded. The UK’s Online Safety Bill is now law.
After passing the Online Safety bill, the UK government is pressing Facebook to “safely” break its encryption.
The CEO of encrypted chat service, Signal, has reaffirmed that they will leave the UK if they are asked to break their encryption.
Despite universal condemnation and constant protest, UK lawmakers passed the Online Safety Bill anyway.
One of the controversial aspects of the UK Online Safety bill is banning effective encryption. It appears that has been paused.
Digital rights organization, Open Rights Group, is offering a detailed analysis of why the UK Online Safety Bill’s age verification is a threat to privacy.
Mainstream media demonizing social media is nothing new in North America. Dylan Page shows that this problem goes much further.