Last week the Government of India and Iraq voted to pass new laws banning the popular video game known as Players Unknown Battleground, citing violence and the negative impact the game was having on the countries youths.
Russia passes Internet Isolation Law, allowing for construction on Runet to begin by November – creating a national set of backup infrastructure ensuring connectivity to the internet the in event of a global shutdown.
Court Rules Criminal Complaint Against UK Parliament for Arming Saudi Arabia In Yemen Civil War Can Move Forward
Human rights organizations worldwide are all teaming up together to do anything they can to stop the UK and USA from arming Saudi Arabia to keep carrying out War Crimes in Yemen.
Iraqi Parliament Proposes Draconian New Cybercrime Laws Designed To Crackdown On Political & Religious Extremism Online
Iraq’s parliament proposes dangerous, vaguely worded, new laws imposing imprisonment on anyone found to have been discussing issues of “independence, peace and political, military security and economic interests” online.
UK releases findings of two year long investigation into Fake News interference and how it translates into election interference, providing a unique insight into how UK’s Parliament perceives the whole international fake news fiasco.
Earlier this week Damian Collins released +250 pages of documents seized from Facebook resulting from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, providing the public with a rare peak inside ongoing investigations.
Earlier this month German institutions were hit by an extensive spear phishing campaign in which 16 gigabytes of data was stolen, including the entire inbox’s/outbox’s of over a dozen members of Germany’s parliament.