Carnegie Mellon University has finally issued a statement commenting on the recent accusations that their researchers have aided the FBI to unmask a subset of Tor users believed to be involved in criminal activities on the dark web.
The recent Paris attacks by ISIS have become the perfect pretext for governments to resume their attack on encryption.
As consumers use multiple devices through the day, and tracking cookies become increasingly less effective, the advertising industry is looking for new ways to track users' online behavior.
Video: General Data Protection Regulation, Safe Harbor Agreement, Copyright reform and the Google case
After having been ruled invalid by the ECJ, the Safe Habor Agreement is now back in the spotlight as the Commission has finally issued a communication on the Trans-Atlantic data transfers destined to draft a ‘Safer’ Harbor Agreement.
A vast collection containing metadata of over 70 million records of phone calls placed by prisoners to at least 37 US states and links to actual recordings for each call has been leaked to reporters of The Intercept by an anonymous hacker.
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