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A bill that could see net neutrality enshrined in Italy is currently being debated. What are its chances?
Now we know the real reason why GCHQ is openly trying to recruit hackers...
Research suggests citizens want tougher laws in place for drones flying in cities across the UK.
Australia's mandatory data-retention laws are a 'radical departure from the traditional operations of a liberal society', according to former National Security Agency contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The group of experts said that forcing the shutdown of internet access can "never be justified" under international human rights laws.
Income Tax Act of India provides many deductions, exemptions , various kinds of tax computation , time limitation for the tax payers...
The former NSA official turned whistleblower said, among other things, a greater threat exists to Americans' privacy than the controversial Patriot Act.
The prospect of losing a smidgen of the data hoovered up by law enforcement has worried one police chief enough to effectively 'terror Godwin' the entire conversation, which shows that good is happening with privacy, for a change.
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When you don't differentiate between good and bad hackers, you have a problem.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending April 24, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The FBI is warning police and law enforcement officials to be on guard, amid threats by hacktivists to leak their personal information.
Delegates at this week's Interpol World conference in Singapore urge for deeper industry collaboration, as populations become increasingly connected just as cybercriminals are increasingly collaborative.
A new bill is sitting on the desk of Oregon's Governor Kate Brown, awaiting her signature, and is heralded as the trigger event that will restart data center development in the state.
The cost for Australia's internet service providers to block websites under the government's proposed copyright legislation, introduced in parliament on Thursday, has been estimated at over AU$130,000 per year.
Under amendments to Australia's upcoming data-retention laws, the location of a communication will be kept for a period of two years.
Exemptions for technology researchers from laws that could see them jailed for sending certain information overseas have been extended in parliament.
In the most recent legal challenge to the ride-sharing app, Uber executives and employees have been charged by Seoul District Police for breaching the transportation laws of South Korea.
Did she do anything wrong? Were federal record-keeping laws broken? Was security compromised? Email expert and presidential scholar David Gewirtz deconstructs Hillary Clinton's emailgate.
The parliamentary committee inquiring into the laws allowing Australian government agencies to block websites has received calls for an independent party to oversee the scheme.
The Australian government's proposed legislation to establish a children's e-safety commissioner in a bid to help combat online bullying has passed the Senate.
It is too early into bitcoin's development in Australia to make changes to the tax laws around the cryptocurrency, according to the Australian Treasury Department.
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