Florida governor bans Covid-19 'vaccine passports'

Florida governor bans Covid-19 'vaccine passports'

ACLU warns 'a lot can go wrong' with digital vaccine passports "Individual Covid-19 vaccination records are private health information and should not be shared by a mandate," DeSantis' executive order reads.

Privacy Talks: Interview with Micah Lee from The Intercept

Privacy Talks: Interview with Micah Lee from The Intercept

Timestamp Links & Questions: [0:50] – Could you tell us a little bit about what you do in your position as Director of Information Security at First Look Media, the organization behind The Intercept?

Privacy Talks | Interview with Ruth Smeeth, CEO of Index on Censorship

Privacy Talks | Interview with Ruth Smeeth, CEO of Index on Censorship

[] – How do you feel about the effects of China’s new national security law in Hong Kong on freedom of expression there?[] – What’s the best way for viewers to get involved with Index on Censorship?

Adobe, Arm, Intel, and Microsoft form content authenticity coalition

Adobe, Arm, Intel, and Microsoft form content authenticity coalition

Member organisations will work together to develop content provenance specifications for common asset types and formats, they said in a statement, to enable publishers, creators, and consumers to trace the origin and evolution of a piece of media, including images, videos, audio, and documents.

Mexico to require appeals on social media account blocking

Mexico to require appeals on social media account blocking

In January, López Obrador vowed to lead an international effort to combat what he considers censorship by social media companies that have blocked or suspended the accounts of former U.S. President Donald Trump.

Mexican government to regulate social media.

Mexican government to regulate social media.

Ricardo Monreal Avila, the coordinator of the senators of Morena, Lopez Obrador’s party, assured yesterday that the Legislative Power has an obligation to “defend” the right to freedom of expression in social networks.

Here’s why Telegram does not offer end-to-end encryption by default

Here’s why Telegram does not offer end-to-end encryption by default

The founder has now released a new post on his personal Telegram channel that clears the air about why the app does not feature end-to-end encrypted chats by default.

Mozilla Urges Users to Support Apple's Planned Anti-Tracking Changes: 'A Huge Win for Consumers'

Mozilla Urges Users to Support Apple's Planned Anti-Tracking Changes: 'A Huge Win for Consumers'

This pressure from some advertisers has led Firefox maker Mozilla to launch a new page in which it urges people to show their support for Apple's decision, so that it does not further delay.

Police Drones Are Starting to Think for Themselves

Police Drones Are Starting to Think for Themselves

— When the Chula Vista police receive a 911 call, they can dispatch a flying drone with the press of a button.But as he threw the gun into a dumpster and hid the bag of heroin, the drone, hovering above him, caught everything on camera.

Humble Book Bundle: Hacking 101 by No Starch Press

Humble Book Bundle: Hacking 101 by No Starch Press

Get ebooks like Metasploit, Web Security for Developers, Real-World Bug Hunting, and Black Hat Go. Plus, your purchase will support the National Coalition Against Censorship and the No Starch Press Foundation!

Tor In 2020, What Changed?

Tor In 2020, What Changed?

The press is still one of the most threatening things for Tor. It's often portrayed to only be used by criminals and the like, even though most people use it for regular browsing in the hope of not being tracked.

Trudeau Liberals quietly draft plan to regulate information on internet in Canada

Trudeau Liberals quietly draft plan to regulate information on internet in Canada

OTTAWA, September 16, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has drafted documents related to regulating the internet in Canada, a move critics say could have alarming implications for the country’s online free and independent press.

2021 HiPhi X swaps-out door handles for facial recognition, gets split butterfly rear doors

2021 HiPhi X swaps-out door handles for facial recognition, gets split butterfly rear doors

The six-seater all-electric HiPhi X SUV will use your face as the key, and comes with some unique split rear doors.The 2021 HiPhi X SUV has been revealed, and it will use facial recognition to open its doors.

Seattle Judge Orders Media to Share Unpublished Protest Photos with Police

Seattle Judge Orders Media to Share Unpublished Protest Photos with Police

However on Thursday, King County Superior Court Judge Nelson Lee ultimately sided with the Police, ruling that the subpoena is enforceable, though he set several limitations on how they could use the unpublished materials.

India seeks to limit Facebook, Google dominance over online data

India seeks to limit Facebook, Google dominance over online data

India needs a new data regulator to oversee the sharing, monetization and privacy of information collected online, an expert committee appointed by the government has recommended.

Facebook decisions led to serious setbacks for civil rights – report

Facebook decisions led to serious setbacks for civil rights – report

“Facebook has not, as of this writing, reversed the decisions about the Trump posts and the auditors are deeply troubled by that because of the precedent they establish for other speakers on the platform and the ways those decisions seem to gut policies the auditors and the civil rights community worked hard to get to adopt.”.

Outcome of own-initiative investigation into EU institutions’ use of Microsoft products and services

Outcome of own-initiative investigation into EU institutions’ use of Microsoft products and services

The EDPS presents its 2020-2024 Strategy ' Shaping a Safer Digital Future: a new Strategy for a new decade ' to the public.The Strategy focuses on three pillars: foresight, action and solidarity to address digital challenges for a safer , fairer and more sustainable future.

India bans 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, ShareIt, UC Browser

India bans 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, ShareIt, UC Browser

“This Ministry has also received many representations raising concerns from citizens regarding security of data and risk to privacy relating to operation of certain apps.”.For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App.

Letter to US Senate Judiciary Committee: Reject the EARN IT Act, S. 3398

Letter to US Senate Judiciary Committee: Reject the EARN IT Act, S. 3398

Human Rights Watch strongly supports action by the United States government to fulfill its international treaty obligations to protect children from sexual exploitation and eradicate the spread of child sexual abuse material (CSAM).

Sen. Ron Wyden Wants to Stop the Government From Spying on Your Internet Searches

Sen. Ron Wyden Wants to Stop the Government From Spying on Your Internet Searches

Greer says Wyden's introduction of the amendment could be a way of alerting the public that intelligence agencies have already been collecting U.S. citizens' web search data.

Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional

Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional

In its press release about the decision, the court found that the privacy rights of the German constitution also protects foreigners in other countries and that the German intelligence agency, Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), had no authority to conduct telecommunications surveillance on them:.

Credit card companies are tracking shoppers like never before: Inside the next phase of surveillance capitalism

Credit card companies are tracking shoppers like never before: Inside the next phase of surveillance capitalism

Companies have been tapping into transaction data to sell us more things as early as the 1990s, when credit card giants such as American Express analyzed purchases to tailor special offers to cardholders.

South Korea launched wristbands for those breaking quarantine because people were leaving their phones at home to trick government tracking apps

South Korea launched wristbands for those breaking quarantine because people were leaving their phones at home to trick government tracking apps

South Korea will put wristbands on people defying quarantine, after people tricked government tracking apps by leaving their phones at home.57,000 people who entered South Korea after April 1 are confined to their homes for 14 days but more than 160 were caught breaking curfew.

Cryptocurrency is the Second Amendment of the Internet

Cryptocurrency is the Second Amendment of the Internet

My conclusion, which I cover in this article, is that platforms based on cryptocurrency tech are uniquely good at one thing in particular: not being shut down, a property known more formally as “censorhip-resistance.” And I will argue in this post that this property alone causes cryptocurrency tech to act as a “second amendment of the internet,” providing a check against information-based oppression that is analogous to how the right to bear arms acts as a check against physical oppression.

Say Goodbye to most Desktop and Mobile Adwares

Say Goodbye to most Desktop and Mobile Adwares

Thus, once you connected your device to the latter—note that you have to do this process on each WiFi network which you want to change the DNS values of — , just go in the WiFI settings and long press on “MyPrettyWiFi”.

Shhhcretly Exclusive: Edward Snowden’s Warning Cry

Shhhcretly Exclusive: Edward Snowden’s Warning Cry

Meanwhile, the seven refugees and their lawyer Mr. Tibbo are under pressure from the Hong Kong authorities.Human rights lawyer Nowak has first-hand experience of the conditions in Hong Kong, where the seven migrants are currently stuck.

Mental health websites don't have to sell your data. Most still do.

Mental health websites don't have to sell your data. Most still do.

For example, the page dedicated to treatments for depression on French health website Eurekasante contacts an astounding 71 third parties (compared to 36 in our first research) as soon as you open the page.

London police to deploy facial recognition cameras across the city

London police to deploy facial recognition cameras across the city

Live facial recognition cameras will be deployed across London, with the city’s Metropolitan Police announcing today that the technology has moved past the trial stage and is ready to be permanently integrated into everyday policing.

Cloudflare Removes Warrant Canary: Thoughtful Post Says It Can No Longer Say It Hasn't Removed A Site Due To Political Pressure

Cloudflare Removes Warrant Canary: Thoughtful Post Says It Can No Longer Say It Hasn't Removed A Site Due To Political Pressure

Cloudflare Removes Warrant Canary: Thoughtful Post Says It Can No Longer Say It Hasn't Removed A Site Due To Political Pressure.Terminated a customer or taken down content due to political pressure* Provided any law enforcement organization a feed of our customers' content transiting our network.

Woman forced to take pregnancy test for flight to Saipan

Woman forced to take pregnancy test for flight to Saipan

After clarifying that this test was indeed administered to a random female passenger and needed to be completed in order to board my flight, I was handed a medical records release form to sign.