Media Watch

'19Jan
24

Daily News 24 / 01 / 2019

Procédures d'infraction du mois de janvier: la Commission prend des mesures en vue d'une mise en œuvre complète, correcte et en temps utile du droit de l'Union dans l'intérêt des citoyens et des entreprisesPour...
'19Jan
20

Security firms brace for brisk business after terrorist attack

News Security firms brace for brisk business after terrorist attack Sunday, January 20, 2019 20:09 By BRIAN NGUGI A worker checks a CCTV camera mounted on Kenyatta Avenue in Nairobi in February 2017. Demand...
'18Dec
14

Writers silenced by surveillance: self-censorship in the age of big data

Photo by rawpixel.comWe know what censorship looks like: writers being murdered, attacked or imprisoned; TV and radio stations being shut down; the only newspapers parrot the state; journalists lost in the...
'18Nov
01

The Privacy Battle to Save Google From Itself

Over two days during the summer of 2009, experts from inside and outside Google met to forge a roadmap for how the company would approach user privacy. At the time, Google was under fire for its data collection...
'18Nov
01

The Privacy Battle to Save Google From Itself

Over two days during the summer of 2009, experts from inside and outside Google met to forge a roadmap for how the company would approach user privacy. At the time, Google was under fire for its data collection...
'18Oct
13

Sales of surveillance cameras are soaring, raising questions about privacy

TheTelangana governmentwants more eyes on the streets to upgrade Hyderabad’s safety. It has asked enterprises, public sectors, residential associations and individuals to install closed-circuit television cameras (...
'18Oct
10

The Pentagon’s Push to Program Soldiers’ Brains

The Pentagon’s Push to Program Soldiers’ Brains The military wants future super-soldiers to control robots with their thoughts...
'18Jun
01

UK homes vulnerable to 'staggering' level of corporate surveillance

British homes are vulnerable to “a staggering level of corporate surveillance” through common internet-enabled devices, an investigation has found.Researchers found that a range of connected appliances –...
'18Jun
01

UAE: Award-Winning Activist Jailed For 10 Years

(Beirut) – TheUAEshould immediately release Ahmed Mansoor, an award-winning human rights activist, and vacate the 10-year prison sentence issued against him for crimes that appear to violate his right to free...
'18May
15

Microchips get under skin of technophile Swedes

A tiny microchip inserted under the skin can replace the need to carry keys, credit cards and train tickets, according to dailysabah.com. That might sound like an Orwellian nightmare to some but in Sweden it is a...

Pages

Go to top