Google To Disturb Human Rights Progress In China
Aug02

Google To Disturb Human Rights Progress In China

Google and human rights? Google plans to operate its search engine in China. Previously not being accessible by the citizen of China, it is reported by The Intercept that top officials of Google and China are in talks to implement a censored Google Search engine. The official implementation could be less than half a year. Which when implemented will violate numerous human rights. Such as blocking access to books, researchers,...

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Julian Assange To Be Kicked From Ecuador Embassy
Jul22

Julian Assange To Be Kicked From Ecuador Embassy

Julian Assange Will Be Immediately Handed Over To UK Glenn Greenwald reported that the president of Ecuador is about to, if not already, has finalized an agreement handing over Assange to the UK officials. The ejection of Assange from the embassy can be in the coming weeks. Greenwald suggested that “it appears highly likely that Assange will continue to be imprisoned by British authorities… The only known criminal...

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Google Secures Chrome Extension Installation
Jun15

Google Secures Chrome Extension Installation

No More Third Party Installation After getting numerous reports from users over deceptive Google Chrome extension installation, Google has decided to block third-party websites to use inline installations. According to Google, the crackdown on deceptive installation will take place in three phase. At first, all inline installation will be made unavailable to all newly published extension. From September 12, 2018, inline installation...

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US Government Bans Kaspersky Lab
Sep15

US Government Bans Kaspersky Lab

Russian Intelligence and Kaspersky Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke issued a BOD in order to identify and remove any Kaspersky Lab products and related entities. This comes after accusations of Kaspersky Lab handing out data to Russian intelligence. US governments are avoiding any relations with the Russian intelligence after the state sponsored attack which was carried out earlier. Are they? All fronts? But this...

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Chinese Man Jailed For Selling VPN
Sep05

Chinese Man Jailed For Selling VPN

Bypassing The Great Firewall of China A Chinese man has been jailed “on suspicion of providing tools for illegal control of a computer information system.”. The illegal control of a computer, in this case, is VPN software. “The court held that the defendant Deng Jiewei disregarded state law, by providing tools specifically for the invasion and illegal control of computer information systems procedures,” the Guandong Province’s...

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