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An updated European directive will patch the flaws in current laws, that enables the Patriot Act to access cloud-stored data on European citizens.
Two young men have been charged as part of a Metropolitan Police investigation into attacks by the Anonymous online activist group.Christopher Jan Weatherhead, a 20 year-old from Chester, and Ashley Rhodes, a 26 year-old from Kennington in London, have been charged with conspiracy to impair the operation of a computer under the Criminal Law Act 1977, the police force said in a statement on Thursday.
Twitter, Facebook and RIM have said they welcome the chance to discuss the government's idea of blocking access to social networks and messaging services when riots occur
Hacktivism has surged this year, but it's taking on a new role in the London riots.
With RIM's BlackBerry Messenger rumoured to be the mechanism used to orchestrate the riots and looting in London over the last few days, there have been rumours across Twitter about RIM's relationship with UK law enforcement, which RIM answered by stating it would comply with police requests.
But industry group says proposals will backfire and 'stifle' potential for U.S. exports.
The prime minister has said that privacy laws should be examined, after a gagging order failed to prevent the identity of a celebrity with a super-injunction from being revealed online
ACS:Law, a legal firm that sent hundreds of letters to people claiming breaches of copyright law, has failed in an attempt to have default judgements made against eight people it has accused of copyright infringment.Default judgements were not appropriate for such a complex legal case, as they are meant for administrative work, Judge Birss ruled at the London Patents County Court at the beginning of December.
Do Australia's media laws need updating for the age of digital convergence? Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy thinks so. In his recent keynote address to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) he said that a re-elected Labor government would conduct a complete review.
Is a Google Voice a phone service or a web service? The fact is, it's a question that can't be answered under our current definitions.
Lawsuit involving damaging status updates made on social networking site won't go far in court because Philippines has no Internet libel law, says lawyer.
Community action as well as international law enforcement is necessary to police the internet, MP Alun Michael told ZDNet UK at the Infosecurity Europe 2009 event in London
A report from physorg.com points me at a paper in PNAS, where HP researchers say they've mixed up memristors and transistors on the same silicon substrate "to form fully integrated hybrid memory resistor (memristor)/transistor circuits.
Case study: Automatic downloads keeping info safe...
Representatives of government, law enforcement and children's groups have met in London to try and create national approaches to future development of the internet
Yahoo is thwarting police investigations into online sex predators by shutting down all false profiles on their sites - even those of undercover cops, The (London) Times reports. "Everybody using our service, regardless of whether they are law enforcement agencies, has to abide by our terms of service and if they don't we will close them down," said Yahoo.
State laws don't forbid electronic tracking of others, as in when an estranged husband put a GPS unit on wife's car.
There's this voice over Web platform called Abbeyphone that, in the wrong set of circumstances, has potential to create havoc for some bloggers who use Movable Type via Firefox.I know this because I've had problems on a couple of blog sites.
The Home Office's claims that updates to the Criminal Misuse Act won't affect legitimate users have been rubbished by IT law experts, while security professionals claim the law is 'unenforceable'