This week in review, Internet Monitor covers Internet regulations in Tanzania, a fake news bill in France, Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law, the end of net neutrality in the United States, and Oracle’s new Internet Intelligence Map.
This week Internet Monitor examines the case of a detained Brazilian Facebook executive, a new report by Privacy International, a ruling in Japan on the Right to Be Forgotten, French concerns over parents posting pictures of minors on Facebook, and the launch of the U.S. Defense Innovation Advisory Board.
This week Internet Monitor examines Apple's latest statements on encryption, the French government's attempt to get Google to pay back taxes, MasterCard's new facial recognition software, and President Obama's latest nomination.
I log into the Internet Monitor's Dashboard, load my Wikipedia Edits widget for "French Wikipedia," and suddenly, in real-time, I see a ticker of page names: Taikyoky ken, Les Sorcières d'Halloween 2, Machin (groupe), Coupe de Tunisie de football 2015-2016, Vars (Hautes-Alpes), Burdigala Production, L'Île mystérieuse, Land Rover Defender, Richard Ballarian. In this moment, I hesitate and chuckle to myself. Is this real?
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 dives into censorship of pornography in India, new developments regarding the so-called right to be forgotten, a possible amendment to a law in Malaysia that regulates the Internet, and more.
This week, Internet Monitor looks at the state of government-run surveillance efforts in France, the USA, and Paraguay; recent social media bans in Nauru; and a recent UN report on encryption and anonymity.