It’s the moment British digital rights advocates have dreaded. The UK’s Online Safety Bill is now law.
WhatsApp is challenging the €225 Million fine it received under the GDPR laws. This as the Swiss Army is no longer recommending it.
Facebook has a new parent company: Meta. It doesn’t really appear to solve the core problems, though.
Chief executive of WhatsApp, Will Cathcart, is disputing some of the claims NSO Group used to defend themselves.
Can honesty in your ad campaign get you banned from Facebook? Signal is saying yes and has provided screenshots to prove it.
NSO Group’s efforts to shut down a lawsuit filed by Whatsapp has been dealt a legal blow after two judges seem unconvinced by dismissal push.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. They are seeking to break up the company.
The NSPCC of the UK is continuing to insist that Facebook’s plan to add security will lead to child grooming. The “charity” wants Facebook to
WhatsApp is taking what some are calling an “unprecedented” step. They are suing a company for making and selling malware used to spy on activists
The war on encryption is taking a serious turn in the UK. Now, civil rights groups are condemning the proposal to weaken security.