In April EU net neutrality laws came into force, requiring internet service providers to “treat all traffic equally”. Earlier this summer the Body of European Regulators of Electronic Communications (BEREC) published draft new guidelines setting out how EU net neutrality rules should be implemented by EU national regulators. However, draft is criticized by think tanks […]
The problem now is wide reuse of the same password for different services, as it is much easier for people than to remember tens of different passwords. However, reuse of passwords may lead to bad consequences – hack of one account may allow attacker to accesses also other accounts. Reuse of passwords was reason for recent […]
There are tech companies out there selling spy tools to governments. Those tools let governments to spy on their citizens. Actually, everyone can by spy tools if they can afford them. And there is no check on who’s buying those tools and how they are used. Full article
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is hot topic – AI software AlphaGo in March defeated the world champion in Goand game such making a mark in AI history. There is no doubt that AI will change industries and our jobs – including finances. So Baker and McKenzie in their recent survey report “Ghosts in the Machine: Artificial intelligence, risks and […]
Privacy and services in cloud is a hot topic now. With GDPR now adopted some are afraid that new privacy regulation in Europe will kill the cloud quickly. Although it is doubtful cloud services will cease to exist because of regulation nevertheless compliance with privacy and data protection regulation will leave an impact. Therefore it is no surprise two […]
An essay about encryption, regulation, their past and future. Encryption policy is becoming a crucial test of the values of liberal democracy in the twenty-first century. The trigger is a dilemma: the power of ciphers protects citizens when they read, bank and shop online – and the power of ciphers protects foreign spies, terrorists and criminals […]
TEDx lecture by Andrew Appel where he explores the history of voting and voting fraud. We have transitioned from paper ballots to mechanical voting machines. But what does the future of voting and voting security look like? Internet voting seems logical next step. But will it be? Is Internet voting available at all?