Trudeau government set to introduce privacy bill aimed at protecting Canadians

Trudeau government set to introduce privacy bill aimed at protecting Canadians

The Liberals have signalled their intention on the parliamentary notice paper to introduce a bill that would create the Consumer Privacy Protection Act and the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act. Story continues below advertisement.

WikiTribune: Wikipedia founder's Facebook rival passes 200,000 users just days after launching

WikiTribune: Wikipedia founder's Facebook rival passes 200,000 users just days after launching

WT:Social, or WikiTribune, says it has ditched the data-driven business model popularised by Facebook, which monetises its users by serving them targeted ads.Facebook acquired Instagram in April 2012 for $1 billion, consolidating its position as the world's leading social network.

The Case For Blind Key Rotation

The Case For Blind Key Rotation

The fediverse has settled on using not one but two types of cryptographic signature: Signatures and Deniability When we refer to deniability, what we're talking about is forensic deniability, or put simply the ability to plausibly argue in a court or tribunal that you did not sign a given object.

UK Supreme Court considers whether spy court should be immune to legal probes

UK Supreme Court considers whether spy court should be immune to legal probes

The campaign group wants to launch a judicial review at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) over a 2016 decision in a case probing the legalities of the UK spy agencies' computer hacking.