The Turkish government has maintained its blockade on Tor and VPN services in the country. According to Turkey Blocks, a site that provides real-time information on Internet censorship in the country, the Turkish government seems intent on curtailing the internet freedom of individuals in the country for as long as it takes. A few weeks […]
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The National Telecommunications & information Administration has completed a report, with some very important conclusions. According to the report, an increasing number of citizens may stop using the Internet due to the privacy breaches and the intrusive nature of the government. About 45% of Americans agree that privacy loss is an existing fear.
The Supreme Court in the United States has changed Rule 41, in order to give more power to the FBI and allegedly fight against terrorism. With these new changes, a judge will be able to issue a warrant for search and seizure of computers, even beyond the limits of his or her jurisdiction.
Of course, everybody has become aware of the recent case of FBI vs Apple, after the San Bernardino case. The government has asked for a backdoor on the Apple iOS software, alarming people everywhere and not just terrorists.
The FBI and Apple have been debating, following the San Bernardino case and the demand of the former to the latter concerning the creation of an encryption backdoor. This backdoor would be used by the FBI, in order to identify the threat and gain valuable pieces of information against terrorism.
Apple has taken a great step recently, opposing to the FBI regarding the presence of a backdoor in their iOS software. Some people have been backing this position up, whereas some others claim that the FBI has got the right to control data like that.
The standards would fundamentally check the capacity of organizations such as Comcast and Verizon to share information about their clients’ online exercises with publicists without consent from the clients.
In the event that you haven’t been taking after the news, the encryption wars are back and a colossal Apple versus FBI conflict is the most recent real clash. The FBI needs access to the iPhone that had a place with one of the shooters in the San Bernardino slaughter, and Apple is declining to […]
A government judge in the Central District of California has requested Apple to help the FBI recuperate information from the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Be that as it may, the court hasn’t requested Apple to evacuate encryption; they’ve requested Apple to backdoor the iOS.