Media Watch

'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...
'18Dec
12

What’s the big deal about Huawei?

The arrest of a Chinese tech executive in Canada this month has quickly become a focal point in a wider battle between the U.S. and China over trade, national security and trust in the age of globalization.Meng...
'18Oct
23

(PE) Press Review

Press Review 23 October 2018 / 12:00 Sofia, October 23 (BTA) HIGHLIGHTS"Douma": Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) leader Kornelia Ninova demanded Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov's...
'18Oct
09

Fresh Chinese spy fears as new evidence of hacked Super Micro hardware found in US telecom

Bloomberg News first contacted Supermicro for comment on this story on Monday at 9:23 a.m. Eastern time and gave the company 24 hours to respond.Supermicro said after the earlier story that it "strongly refutes"...
'18Jul
09

Trump's Supreme Court pick will decide critical tech issues for decades – so what are the views of the contenders?

On Monday, President Trump is expected to announce his pick for the next US Supreme Court Justice – a decision that will come with huge implications for technology and privacy.Given the current make-up of the court...
'18Jul
03

SCOTUS and Congress Leave the Right to Privacy Up for Grabs

Privacy is a squishy concept, one that constantly evolves with the times—and with changing technologies. Advances in how we store and communicate information shift expectations around what we can keep to ourselves...
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