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GDPR and You, ‘Kay?



GDPR and You, ‘Kay?

It is little more than three months until March and the touted date for the UK to activate Article 50 to start the formal process of leaving the European Union. Uncertainty still prevails in the whole Brexit debate which is sure to maintain its spot of prominence … |More

Will WhatsApp, Snapchat and Facebook Soon Become Things of The Past?



Will WhatsApp, Snapchat and Facebook Soon Become Things of The Past?

Back in January, after the terror attacks in Paris, David Cameron proposed a number of new anti-terror laws. Within these were provisions for having cryptographic backdoors for the security services. He expressed the benefits of getting access to encrypted information whenever extreme circumstances occur. However as is often seen with … |More

The New National Security Law – Protecting China’s Cyber Space or Just an Even Tighter Grip on The Already Strangled Internet?



The New National Security Law – Protecting China’s Cyber Space or Just an Even Tighter Grip on The Already Strangled Internet?

China’s newly adopted National Security Law sets an expansive definition of national security that outlaws threats to China’s government, sovereignty and national unity as well as its economy, society, and cyber space interests. It also allows the government to control its Internet infrastructure in relation to any data deemed “critical” … |More