This week Internet Monitor probes the latest updates in Internet policy, jurisprudence, and practice in Australia, Canada, Turkey, the United States, and elsewhere!
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- Week in Review: March 10, 2016
- Week in Review: March 2, 2016
- Week in Review: February 25, 2016
This week Internet Monitor provides a comprehensive review of Hacking Team's latest woes in Italy, concerns over the Pakistani Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill, Twitter's controversial new hire in China, and recent amendments to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's Offender Orientation Handbook.
This week Internet Monitor checks out a blimp that floated over Tel Aviv, trolling in the comments, U.S.-China relations (and by extension, the touchy subject of Internet filtering), and the case of Lauri Love.
This week Internet Monitor checks out the app made by the Taliban, the Facebook user arrested for posting a photo of a red bowl, and the legal status of a famous Romanian hacker.
This week Internet Monitor checks out the latest updates in Internet policy and jurisdiction in the United States, Vietnam, and Belgium; we also examine Akamai's latest quarterly State of the Internet report.
This week Internet Monitor explores the latest updates in the FBI/Apple standoff, how European Union policymakers are grappling with encryption, the arrest of an Indian journalist, Microsoft's latest artificial intelligence bot, and a new Twitter sensation.
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.
There's a lot on our docket! This week Internet Monitor reviews China's latest predictive policing software, Google's ongoing policy changes in the European Union, Twitter's latest transparency report (featuring an increasingly restrictive Russia), the South Korean Go player defeated by a Google AI machine, and a statement made by the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights about the FBI/Apple 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.
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.