The age verification mandate in the Digital Economy Bill is still drawing fire from digital rights advocates in the UK.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has made news thanks in part to the copyright policies being pushed. Now, is the deal much more favourable?
The British government is wrapping up amendments to the Data Protection Bill. The Open Rights Group is wanting the government to implement stronger measures to protect consumers.
Ancestry.com is known for its genealogy services. Now it seems they are tracing the origin of a data leak instead of family origins.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) services are used by many privacy minded users. As one man found out recently, there are certainly risks associated with running one.
The British government has recently announced that the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) will be responsible for online age verification.
While it doesn’t necessarily mean that the controversy surrounding Lawful Access will stay dormant for now, it is a positive sign for those who fight for privacy rights.
In the lead up to the elections in the UK, the government has passed the hugely controversial Digital Economy Bill during wash-up.
After Trump repealed the privacy rights of American’s, US ISP’s have found themselves on the defensive on whether or not they would sell their customers browsing histories. Still, skepticism persists.
British parliamentarians have approved of Theresa May’s snap election. The question some may have is what will happen to the Digital Economy Bill?