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China’s Oppression of Journalists of International Concern

The new cyber security law which China is adopting faves some censorship and espionage fears

According to Reporters Without Borders (RSF) China jails the largest number of journalists in the world. RSF warns against complacency towards China’s continued abuse of press freedom, suggesting that other authoritarian countries across Asia are looking at Beijing as a model for managing their own press. In 2018 China has …

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Severe Flaws in Industrial Routers Patched by Moxa

Severe Flaws in Industrial Routers Patched by Moxa

Talos intelligence has revealed 17 vulnerable points in a Moxa industrial router. The company has now rolled out a patch addressing the issue. The affected router is the industrial EDR-810. It is marketed as a multiport secure router and offers services such as a firewall, virtual private network support (VPN), …

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Digital Anti-Censorship Billboards Removed by Google Street View

OnHub security used to fight off hackers by Google

A series of billboards questioning the status quo and chastising world leaders has appeared on Google Street View, which then the internet giant promptly removed. The billboards were made in a campaign to combat censorship and promote freedom of speech and expression. The Swedish subdivision of “Reporters Without Borders” worked …

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Guccifer 2.0 Identified due to VPN Error

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Russian collusion with the Trump campaign The United States Presidential election in 2016 was a crazy time. Unthinkably, the DNC was hacked by a  lone “hacktvist” looking to expose the Illuminati. Guccifer 2.0 claimed to be a lone actor based in Romania. He leaked emails to WikiLeaks that were siphoned …

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Facebook Faces the Courts

Most people don’t realize that Facebook is selling your information to advertisers without your consent, by monetizing your “shares” and “likes”, according to the Belgian Privacy Commission (BPC). Belgian Courts ruled against Facebook declaring its activities like canvas fingerprinting unlawful and fining them more than the US $ 25 Million PLUS …

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VPN provider AnchorFree Subject to Excessive Government Scrutiny

VPN provider AnchorFree Subject to Excessive Government Scrutiny

One of the largest providers of VPNs (short for Virtual Private Networks) in the U.S., AnchorFree, recently published the transparency report for the current year, 2017. This report details all the legal pathways that governmental authorities used for requesting client data in each country. What is remarkable about this particular …

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OpenVPN Issues a Warning to Small Businesses

OpenVPN Issues a Warning to Small Businesses

The costly expense of recovering from a data breach can be avoided by simply looking for safer alternatives while using the internet. OpenVPN, Inc. has issued a warning to all small businesses, for them to get their online security ready for Small Business Saturday. According to OpenVPN CEO, Francis Dinha …

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