As EU Parliament moves forward with the creation of a new international biometric database to better secure their borders, here are some lessons they should learn from the their American counterparts before new laws go into effect.
European Union Holds Cyber Drills To Test Preparedness for Cyber Attacks Ahead of Next Months Elections
On April 4th the European Union hosted War Game inspired drills as a test to see how well different countries were equipped to fight/prevent cyber attacks or election interference campaigns ahead of next months elections.
Created as a replacement or alternative for Creative Commons and impending changes to existing copyright law due to be enacted by the European Parliament – namely Article 11 & Article 13.
In one of the most ironic headlines I think I have ever written, a new study undertaken by researchers at CookieBot has found that 89% of all EU Government websites (25 of 28) are not GDPR compliant.
LulzSecITA Announces Data Breach of Visure Italia, Exposing Credit Records of 46,604 Citizens Online
LulzSecITA announces major data breach effecting Visure Italia, using the hack to inform the debt collectors that the breach constitutes a GDPR violation, and that the company will face massive fines for it – lulz.
Here’s a brief look at the prospects of the Bitcoin market at the present moment in time and into the future, breaking down some of the fundamental factors driving Bitcoins prices, as well as the conditions/circumstances detracting from its value.
Anonymous Announces #StopACTA2, an International Call To Action – Protests Scheduled Throughout Europe On March 23rd 2019
Anonymous hacktivists and political activists alike are teaming up for massive demonstrations scheduled throughout Europe on March 23rd 2019, ahead of the EU’s final vote on their new Copyright Directive in April.
Raising awareness on behalf of #OpSaveYourInternet & #DeleteArt13, last night the website belonging to C2-europe.eu, a European based magazine covering coating and converting, was hacked and access to its database was leaked online.
For the second time in less than a year, an EU/GDPR plugin has compromised the security of WordPress owners simply trying to follow the law – lets hope it doesn’t become a much larger trend.
After it was revealed several nations across the EU were set begin deploying broader counter measures to spy on political activists and human rights defenders, netzpolitik.org published leaked documents from talks inside the EU council.