This week, the Internet Monitor covers the October DDoS attack and the growing threat of unsecure IoT devices, the new cybersecurity law in China that will reduce security and potentially expose personal information of users, the risk of hacking the U.S. presidential election, and the FCC privacy laws that protect user data from broadband providers.
Internet Monitor breaks down a ruling on algorithms from the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Netsweeper's law suit against Citizen Lab, the arrest of a Bahraini human rights activist, a Telegram hack, and a $65 million bitcoin theft.
This week, Internet Monitor examines how the Russian government could be involved with the DNC email hack, the censorship of Facebook users posting pro-Kashmiri content, a new fine for using a VPN in the UAE, and Pakistan's new cybercrime bill.
This week Internet Monitor dives into AdBlock's latest online campaign, Anonymous' campaign against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the Court of Justice of the European Union, and lastly, updates in the Apple/FBI standoff.
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.
Anonymous has been vocal about its plans to disrupt the World Cup, pledging to target sponsors and the Brazilian government during the tournament. The group has stated that the massive audience provides a useful stage to protest the expense of the World Cup games—estimated at $14 billion—in a country where many citizens still lack access to basic services.
This week in #imweekly: UK anti-porn filters causes several controversies, Russia threatens to block taboo language online, Australia considers educating citizens in geolocation circumvention, web developers claim the U.S. is requiring master encryption keys and a Texas man is charged with operating a Bitcoin Ponzi scheme.