This week, Internet Monitor examines the XcodeGhost malware that made it to the official Apple App Store, a possible cyber warfare agreement between China and the United States, Edward Snowden's thoughts on aliens, and Google's "Right to be Forgotten" problems in France.
This week, Internet Monitor looks at China's draft cybersecurity law, reports of Samsung and Google blocking LGBT apps in South Korea, the United Arab Emirates' decision to deport an Australian Facebook user, and the recent seizure of Darkode.
Chinese Communist Party recruiting online "youth civilization volunteers," new tax may price Malawians out of Internet service, South African Internet regulations called "worst new Internet censorship law," and more, in our Week in Review.
Hong Kong's pro-Occupy Central protest websites suffer largest DDoD attack ever; Twitter reacts to Ferguson grand jury decision; massive hack takes down Sony Pictures' computer system; and more this week on #IMWeekly.
Internet tax and protests in Hungary; the ‘hybrid’ Net Neutrality plan under consideration at the FCC; the Intercept publishes manual for spyware sold to governments; research group finds sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group; and FBI’s fake news story, all in this week’s IMWeekly.
The latest from the Intercept on Core Secrets and NSA saboteurs in China and Germany; tiny Tor router Anonabox meets dazzling success followed by major backlash; China blocks BBC website as tension in Hong Kong escalates; and Wikileaks publishes a new draft of Trans-Pacific Partnership’s intellectual property chapter, all in this week's IMWeekly.