African Countries Internet Censorship Issues in a flash

African countries censorship

Internet censorship is a truly significant issue that needs to be addressed and dealt with properly. Since the freedom of speech and information sharing is of paramount importance. However, Africa cannot boast being particularly loose, when it comes to Internet accessibility. Instead, there are many African countries that are under strict laws. So, Internet censorship …

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Australia seeks America’s partnership to safeguard Internet freedom and fight ISIS

Australia Seeks America’s Partnership to Safeguard Internet Freedom and Fight ISIS

Australia is seeking America to be its partner in matters related with cyber security. Speaking at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Australia’s Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has said that Australia needs the United States of America, together with other nations, to form a partnership that will make the use of the internet more …

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Get Unblocked Games at School: Education with Fun

Unblocked Games at School

School is a place where all students spend a large part of their days. It goes without even saying that there will be needs for relaxation and entertainment, besides the apparent purpose of learning. And unblocked games at school can do exactly that, what do you say? I’m positive you said, “hell yeah”. However, there …

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NSA mass surveillance reformed, now Govt. won’t collect the data instead mobile firms will

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Advocates of reforming NSA (National Security Agency) practices are currently focusing on other controversial plans that American Freedom Act didn’t mention. Now that the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs have efficiently been neutered, what is the future of privacy? The president of America, Barack Obama singed a reformed act of the NSA (National Security …

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Good News! NSA is going to shutdown mass surveillance programs

NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores

Finally a good news for American citizens that the NSA (National Security Agency) is planning to shut its mass surveillance plans down. On 9th of May, NSA mass phone surveillance ruled illegal by the Fedral Court of America. But last Friday night a Senate voted, the National Security Agency is preparing to take steps to …

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Privacy concerns raised by Google, Apple and other tech giants to Obama

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Tech giants like Google, Apple, and others trust Govt. would be pushing US natives at danger if it make tech organizations obliged to fabricate an indirect access for law enforcement. And currently the Giants released a letter to Barack Obama, asking him to counteract such a change by Parliament. The Washington Post was first found to address the …

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Banning VPNs is not the solution to restrict geo-blocked video streaming

Banning VPNs is not the Solution to Restrict Video Streaming Worldwide

Banning the VPNs is not the solution for the problem, VPN is trying to keep anti-competitive, content licensing models territory by territory on the worldwide digital distribution platform. You might have heared the noise of “data rentation bomb’ with which Australians have been bombarded recently, and there’s no surprise that ASIO (Australian Security Intelligence Organisation) …

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Only 29% Internet users in UK think they by themselves are responsible for Internet Privacy

UK Online Privacy Survey

According to a survey held recently in the United Kingdom, the internet users are much more (almost 72% UK users online) worried regarding the illegal data access, however just 29% feel completely responsible for shielding themselves on the internet. A survey held by YouGov on the behalf of international security organization named CloudMask, 72% of …

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Human Rights and Freedom organizations challenging UK and US surveillance at European Court

Human Rights organizations challenging UK and US surveillance

After hard struggle, Amnesty International and other groups fighting for privacy and personal freedom have filed complaints to the Court of Human Rights against UK tactics in mass surveillance. Edward Snowden has been the beacon of such revelations, as always. The European Court of Human Rights has been given out an application that is signed …

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Facebook Introduces New ‘Anonymous Login’ Feature for the Applications

On Wednesday, Facebook introduced a number of anonymous features for cell phone users, with the potential to log in privately for the first time, delivering rather more smooth control on how one’s personal information is shared while using applications on the social platforms. In the new update of FB’s login procedure, users can sign up …

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