The statistics from the United States may surprise you. Relatively few wiretaps relate to the investigation of violent crime.
Successful publisher Tim O’Reilly argues that unrestricted distribution of content on the web helps his business more than anti-piracy controls would.
End-to-end encryption in messaging tools like Whatsapp can be rendered irrelevant by duplicating the victim’s account.
The CEO of Ability Inc says their Unlimited Interception System can track the location, calls and messages of phones everywhere.
An Italian court case addressed when an ISP becomes liable for copyright infringement via its network.
There are many fake profiles on LinkedIn. When you receive a connection request, how should you check if the person is who they say they are?
Activists used Anne Frank’s diary to illustrate the impact of differing copyright durations on the global internet.
FBI bosses use the phrase ‘going dark’ to explain why they worry about encrypted comms. This Harvard report argues there will be a change in the pattern of light and dark, but no simple trend.
A mammoth legal decision about short clips from cricket matches sided with broadcasters, protecting them from web services and phone apps that are used to make and share video clips.
Should free WiFi providers enjoy the same legal protections as telcos? That was the common sense opinion of Advocate General Szpunar of the EU Court of Justice.