After Terror Attacks, Britain Moves to Police the Web

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Spread the loveTweet In Germany, lawmakers are pushing ahead with fines of up to 50 million euros, or $56 million, if Silicon Valley companies do not limit how online hate…


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Dilemma for Uber and Rival: Egypt’s Demand for Data on Riders

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Spread the loveTweet In a meeting with Careem’s chief executive, Mudassir Sheikha, Egyptian military intelligence offered preferential treatment in return for access to the company’s customer and driver data. That…


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London Attack Places Security and Civil Liberties at Center of U.K. Election

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Spread the loveTweet On Sunday, Mrs. May’s successor as Home secretary, Amber Rudd, said that tech companies could do “so much more” to restrict extremism on the web. “It is…


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Tech We’re Using: The Difficulties of Reporting When China Limits Your Internet

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Spread the loveTweetBut we are not the only ones affected. Businesses operating in China have the same problems. So do researchers, scholars and scientists, all people who need to get…


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