A senior MEP within the European Parliament has accused the EU of trying to bring in “mass surveillance” with a new law controlling private online chats.
The UK Online Safety Bill is a deeply flawed censorship proposal that would allow UK residents to be thrown in jail for what they say online.
Ian Levy, technical director of the NCSC, and Crispin Robinson, technical director of GCHQ, back client-side scanning software on mobile phones to detect child abuse.
A proposed new amendment to the UK’s “Online Safety Bill” would force tech companies to scan people’s private messages on end-to-end-encrypted apps.
Constitutional court finds that invoking ‘defence secrecy’ to withhold information about the state hacking of EncroChat cryptophones is constitutional.
The Opinion of a Commission review board about proposal for a ‘Legislation to effectively tackle child sexual abuse’ shows strong concerns.