Tuesday, 27 February 2018

SumLinks - Cyberattacks, censorship, espionage, and more


Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab was sentenced to an additional five years in prison for tweets.

An Inside Look At The Accounts Twitter Has Censored In Countries Around The World

Cyberattacks increasing against civil society in Azerbaijan ahead of election

Worst Innovation Mercantilism Policies of 2017

Internet Governance Forum 2017 was one of the first times that "various organizations and professionals came together to address the links and gaps between the internet governance and media development communities. Synopsis from the Global Forum for Media Development.

The size of your app matters. Just ask Ethiopians.

Pakistanis are speaking out against internet shutdowns.

Zimbabwe: Omnibus Cyber Bill muddies Fundamental rights

Read more at: http://www.africafex.org/access-to-information/zimbabwe-omnibus-cyber-bill-muddies-fundamental-rights
Zimbabwe: Omnibus Cyber Bill muddies Fundamental rights

Read more at: http://www.africafex.org/access-to-information/zimbabwe-omnibus-cyber-bill-muddies-fundamental-rights
 Cyber bill threatens fundamental rights in Zimbabwe

Laughing in the face of internet shutdowns in Bangladesh
Zimbabwe: Omnibus Cyber Bill muddies Fundamental rights

Read more at: http://www.africafex.org/access-to-information/zimbabwe-omnibus-cyber-bill-muddies-fundamental-rights

New bill threatens internet freedom in Honduras.

EFF and Lookout Uncover New Malware Espionage Campaign in Chat Apps Infecting Thousands Around the World

Research

Dependent Yet Disenfranchised: The Policy Void That Threatens the Rights of Mobile Users in Arab States
Amazon Go’s ambient processing of special category data (eg ethnicity) to create “checkout free shopping” might cause problems if moved to Europe under the GDPR given the inability to freely consent.

Mapping Digital Freedom in Palestine

The Importance of Privacy by Design and Data Protection Impact Assessments in Strengthening Protection of Children's Personal Data Under the GDPR

The State of Privacy in Lebanon

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