The UK is currently considering anti-terrorism legislation. Provisions in the legislation is raising concerns for online free speech.
The Equifax data breach hit 147 million citizens. Now, Equifax is facing a £500,000 in the UK because of it.
Spy agencies from Canada, the US, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand are demanding services include backdoors to their encryption.
During a trip to Egypt, a Lebanese tourist posted a negative online review. For that, she was sentenced to 8 years in prison.
UK digital rights organization The Open Rights Group says it has scored a victory at the Supreme Court. ISPs no longer have to bear the costs of site blocking.
If you are a UK resident, you may soon be asking a shopkeeper to buy a so-called “porn pass” if you wish to view explicit material online.
Digital rights advocacy group Open Rights Group is accusing the government of negligence thanks to privacy concerns in the age verification laws.
As the Cambridge Analytica story works its way through the news cycle, it seems that the drama is only intensifying.
The age verification provisions in the Digital Economy Act have been delayed. The delay represents a temporary digital rights reprieve.
The age verification mandate in the Digital Economy Bill is still drawing fire from digital rights advocates in the UK.