A report from MIT Technology Review has detailed that a human rights group had its videos documenting testimonies about missing Uyghur people in China blocked on YouTube as they contained ID cards.
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Multinational companies that implement any foreign sanctions against China can now have their assets seized or transactions cancelled by Beijing.
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The AFP, alongside law enforcement agencies across the globe, used decrypted messages to catch cybercriminals as part of a global sting operation.
19 charges have been laid against a 55-year old woman for her alleged role in infecting millions of devices with the Trickbot malware.
US police officers being bribed to use valid computer credentials to retrieve a person's license plate details is not a breach of hacking laws, the Supreme Court has ruled.
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The UK's intelligence agency was found to not have sufficient safeguards in place when performing bulk surveillance of civilians and, ultimately, breached the right to privacy.
Air India passenger data, across a 10-year period, was stolen in the February cyber attack suffered by SITA.