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.
Facebook has announced that Facebook News will be going by the wayside in 4 European countries, throwing another wrench into link taxes.
Controversial UK legislation known as the Online Safety Bill is moving closer to law. It is worrying digital rights advocates.
Mainstream media demonizing social media is nothing new in North America. Dylan Page shows that this problem goes much further.
Age verification laws are wreaking havoc on the internet with large websites leaving, or thinking of leaving, certain jurisdictions.
The price of offering a free service of allowing links to news on platforms like Google and Facebook is going up. This thanks to the
In the global competition of which country can come up with the worst bill, the UK’s Online Safety Bill is certainly a contender.
The extradition case of Julian Assange is continuing. This after Assange appealed the extradition decision.
The extradition case against Assange just grew a whole lot uglier. The UK Supreme Court has declined to hear his case.
The UK’s effort to turn public opinion against encryption is continuing to draw backlash.