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Britain's Houses of Parliament sees an average of 160 attempts per day to visit porn websites: Report
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Britain's Houses of Parliament sees an average of 160 attempts per day to visit porn websites: Report

The data, released after a freedom of information (FoI) request, shows a spike in September in the number of attempts to visit pornographic websites.

Around 160 attempts registered daily to access porn sites in UK Parliament, reveals report
World

Around 160 attempts registered daily to access porn sites in UK Parliament, reveals report

Around 160 requests a day were made in late 2017 to access pornography from computers within Houses of Parliament, Britain's Press Association reported

US court rules to keep iPhone's hacking information secret, says report
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US court rules to keep iPhone's hacking information secret, says report

The court, in its final ruling on Sunday, said the FBI would not be forced to reveal details of a hacking tool used to break into a terrorist's iPhone.

German court upholds the ban on WhatsApp to share personal data with Facebook
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German court upholds the ban on WhatsApp to share personal data with Facebook

A German court has upheld its decision asking it to obtain the permission of WhatsApp users in the country before processing their personal data to Facebook.

Malaysia plans to curb internet freedom and control of information with amendments in media law
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Malaysia plans to curb internet freedom and control of information with amendments in media law

Human Rights Watch on Thursday expressed concern over planned amendments to a Malaysian media law that would give broader powers to the authorities to stifle online dissent, amid a wider crackdown on free speech and assembly.

TSA paid IBM $47,400 for an app that randomly showed left or right arrows
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TSA paid IBM $47,400 for an app that randomly showed left or right arrows

TSA paid IBM $47,400 for a basic random number generating app that directed passengers to check in lanes

Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales
Tech

Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has spoken out about how he insists that Wikipedia will not buckle down to Chinese censorship, unlike Google, Yahoo, and Windows Live

Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales
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Would prefer no Wikipedia in China than follow censorship laws: Jimmy Wales

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales has spoken out about how he insists that Wikipedia will not buckle down to Chinese censorship, unlike Google, Yahoo, and Windows Live

From Assange to Kejriwal: Understanding media hostility
Politics

From Assange to Kejriwal: Understanding media hostility

Both Kejriwal and Assange once had a symbiotic relationship with the media, but that has become borderline hostile today.

Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet
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Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

In its annual report on internet censorship, media watchdog Reporters without Borders have placed India "under surveillance" in part because of Kapil Sibal's pressure on social media companies to monitor content.

Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet
Tech

Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the Internet

In its annual report on internet censorship, media watchdog Reporters without Borders have placed India "under surveillance" in part because of Kapil Sibal's pressure on social media companies to monitor content.