EU police spy on 70,000 encrypted phones

EU police spy on 70,000 encrypted phones

Police agencies were able to monitor the encrypted communications of about 70,000 people in a second major hack by European law enforcement in the last year.Sky ECC has rejected the claim its app has been unlocked by European agencies and said it was cloned devices running a fake application that were hacked.

10 SIM Swappers Arrested for Stealing $100M in Crypto from Celebrities

10 SIM Swappers Arrested for Stealing $100M in Crypto from Celebrities

Ten people belonging to a criminal network have been arrested in connection with a series of SIM-swapping attacks that resulted in the theft of more than $100 million by hijacking the mobile phone accounts of high-profile individuals in the U.S. The Europol-coordinated year-long investigation was jointly conducted by law enforcement authorities from the U.K., U.S., Belgium, Malta, and Canada.

Murder investigation opened after disappearance of Belgian backpacker in Australia

Murder investigation opened after disappearance of Belgian backpacker in Australia

Stillness in the heart of the city: thousands join in on Brussels Yoga Day. Motorcycles could ease traffic congestion, says automobile federation. Body of missing man found in Brussels canal. The world’s best vegan restaurant is in Brussels.

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Privacy News Daily | March 27, 2019

Privacy News Daily | March 27, 2019

Microsoft is just one of many companies that are uncomfortable storing company data in Australia despite new laws. Caleb Chen is a digital currency and privacy advocate who believes we must #KeepOurNetFree, preferably through decentralization.

Facebook fights for the right to follow users–and nonusers–around the web

Facebook fights for the right to follow users–and nonusers–around the web

Its goal is to fight a court order that would force it to stop using cookies and other tracking technology to follow its users as they navigate around the internet to serve them ads–at least until Facebook explains exactly how and why it collects data and what it does with the information.

Julia Reda – Where EU member states stand on upload filters and the “link tax”

Julia Reda – Where EU member states stand on upload filters and the “link tax”

By no means is the new mandatory teaching exception supposed to limit what is allowed under the existing optional exception for research and education.