The hacker acted in response to the brutal crackdown following the suspected murder of Mahsa Amini by Iran’s morality police.
Telenor Group CEO Sigve Brekke explained why the leading operator in Myanmar ‘strongly objects’ to draconian new laws.
The Indian economy has lost billions of dollars as a consequence of the government suspending internet services.
The European Court of Human Rights found a Hungarian news website had the right to link to a defamatory YouTube video.
Some research you have never heard of, but which somebody is paying for, illustrates why you should not believe everything you read.
A former prisoner complained when a Google search yielded the description of another prisoner who was a sex offender.
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