Stop The State Level Decryption
Feb11

Stop The State Level Decryption

Allow State Level Decryption? Ted Lieu, California Congressman is introducing the “Ensuring National Constitutional Rights for Your Private Telecommunications Act of 2016,” which will prevent the state from allowing decrypting data at state level. As we have mentioned before that backdoor can not be used for good guys only, any backdoor is backdoor for everyone. If it’s there it will be exploited by the hackers as well. We know...

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Anonymous Attacked 14 Thai Police Websites
Jan06

Anonymous Attacked 14 Thai Police Websites

Flawed Investigation The police officials were attacked to protest against death sentences handed down to two Myanmar migrant workers for allegedly killing two British tourists. Anonymous are claiming the investigation to be flawed and Thai officials are enforcing corruption. The websites were left with a message saying “Failed Law”, “We Want Justice” and #BoycottThailand “Thai police have accused...

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Dutch Government Opposes Against Backdoors
Jan05

Dutch Government Opposes Against Backdoors

$540,000 Donation To OpenSSL The Dutch Government are publicly supporting data encryption and are opposing against government backdoors. While many other countries such as US, UK and Chinese government are busy trying to taking away internet privacy, Holland donated $540,000 to OpenSSL. The published statement debating encryption said that “the government believes that it is currently not appropriate to adopt restrictive legal...

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Crowdfunded Star Trek Spin Off Sued
Dec31

Crowdfunded Star Trek Spin Off Sued

But It’s Harmless, Right? CBS and Paramount Pictures are suing a Star Trek Spin Off movie “Prelude to Axanar“. The makers of the movie managed to raise about million dollars. While Paramount Pictures are not generally after indie movies, they say Prelude to Axanar have crossed a line and both firms have decided to sue makers. Both studios belive that they should receive profits as well since it’s there...

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Russia To Permanently Ban Most Used Torrent Sites In 2016
Dec29

Russia To Permanently Ban Most Used Torrent Sites In 2016

Top 15 Sites Will Be Banned This is nothing new, countries are blocking torrent sites every time, but Russia will ban the countries most used torrent websites. Russia has never been known to have a strong law enforcement on piracy, which is why it is surprising that the country will ban about 15 most used torrent sites. Roscomnadzor are predicting 95% efficiency at fighting piracy after the ban has come into effect. The watchdog firm...

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