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In 2018 Expect Even Less Freedom of Internet

Regular readers of our website will recall the sudden and unexpected (and unwarranted) temporary ban/block of our sites Facebook page in December of 2017. I suppose the first paragraph of this article pretty much explains that situation, I guess someone somewhere isn’t pleased with the work we are doing. via The Strategic Culture Foundation: Users of social media have been … Continue reading

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Leak Reveals UK Government Planning to Ban Encryption, Spy on All Communications in Real Time

A leaked document reveals the UK government has drawn up yet further, disturbingly dystopian draft bulk surveillance powers, which would give authorities carte blanche to monitor citizens’ live communications, and effectively illegalize encryption. A cybersecurity expert told Sputnik this has terrifying implications not merely for internet privacy. The draft, produced by private consultation, was leaked to the Open Rights Group. … Continue reading

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Five Tools To Protect Your Privacy Online

by Simon Black of Sovereign Man blog We’ve discussed many times before – hardly a month goes by without some major action against Internet users… from Obama’s ‘kill switch’, to ACTA, SOPA and PIPA, to stasi tactics against people like Kim Dotcom. Online privacy is becoming more important by the day. And nobody is going to give it to you, … Continue reading

DID YOU KNOW…

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