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Is the White House banning Fortnite and League of Legends?

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On Thursday, US President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order banning any US business dealings with WeChat parent company Tencent...
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US effectively bans TikTok in new executive order

TikTok and WeChat will be banned in 45 days if they are not sold. Donald Trump signed an executive order...
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Security evangelist: you probably spend more money on coffee than data protection

Ondrej Kubovič has been working as a cybersecurity awareness specialist for 5 years. His career path did not lead him...
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How China is building a panopticon for its citizens

The Western world is paranoid about possible Chinese surveillance, while its citizens are already used to being spied on. China...
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WhatsApp leader: people are being spied on in horrifying ways

“Private messages, private calls are so sensitive that they should not just live on some server. That’s just too big...
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Lui from Hong Kong: I no longer feel I can freely express myself

Lui, a 30-year-old NGO worker from Hong Kong, feels she can no longer speak freely, neither on social media nor...
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Huawei’s VP for cybersecurity Mika Lauhde: citizens will be paying more

“At the end of the day it will be the taxpayer who pays the bill,” Mika Lauhde, VP of Cyber...
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Moving democracy online - a task beyond science fiction?

Our money, shops, schools, and workplaces - due to coronavirus almost every part of our lives is moving online faster...
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Opinion: Why binary thinking is ruining your life

Technology and social media are often blamed for imprisoning users inside cognitive echo chambers. There have been many debates around...
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Women in cybersecurity

You've probably heard about the cybersecurity skills shortage. That's undoubtedly a severe problem in itself, but there's a related issue...
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Technology and the Illusion of Choice

In a world of 7.5 billion people, we all understand how complicated life can be in a digital age. But...
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Using technology to reignite your business in a post pandemic world

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Businesses from every industry have experienced the worst period in their history. Many of the world's biggest airlines are at...
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Working from home is testing our patience – and workplace collaborative tools

You’ve carefully chosen the corner of your home which will be your new home office, and cobbled together a desk...
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How you’re reacting to coronavirus depends on the social media platform you use

It’s impossible to escape discussion about the coronavirus. Wherever you go online, discussions are dominated by the spread of COVID-19,...
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Why marketers shouldn't trust inaccurate Facebook data

Businesses are attempting to meet the rising expectations of their customers by providing personalized experiences similar to Netflix, Spotify, and...
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The emerging business models of troll factories

A few years ago Freedom House highlighted the dire state of media freedom around the world, revealing that nearly half...
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You are your password: why behavioral biometrics is the future

There have been 4.1 billion user records and account credentials exposed in the first six months of 2019 alone. Fifteen...
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3 ways to end Facebook today (that could actually work)

In early 2019, Christ Hughes, Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard roommate and the co-founder of Facebook, called for Facebook to be broken...
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Russia’s internet freedom landscape

It looks like Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is beginning to realize that sometimes it’s easier to table proposals for online...
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The 7 worst things about Facebook revealed by the British email dump

On December 5, 2018, a treasure trove of internal Facebook emails was released by the UK Parliament. This comes as...
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