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Message from Fight for the Future

January 17, 2014


Last month, we learned that so-called “security” company RSA secretly accepted a $10 million dollar payoff from the NSA to put a backdoor in one of the most widely used encryption products ever. RSA betrayed everything that a security company should stand for, and undermined the security of Internet users everywhere. The revelation was so […]

Privacy & Cyber Security is a concern globally

December 1, 2013


I agree privacy and security isn’t about just fighting cybercrime only in the 21st century, the issue now is about our end point rights and who views our data and it is being used for monetary cost without considering the human cost. According to Michael Geist, Canada’s research chair on the Internet and e-commerce law […]

#Brazil President as she condemns #NSA spying at the #United Nations

September 29, 2013


Good for #Brazil President as she condemns #NSA spying at the #United Nations Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff decided to condemn the US spying program on her country in a speech before the United Nations. The NSA spying program on Brazil, revealed in a story for Brazilian news outlet El Globo by Glenn Greenwald, already caused […]

via @Declan McCullagh “Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords”

July 25, 2013


Do we really have end point safety, privacy and protection rights? in the digital information age as users of  Internet, technology networks and devices….. question I have been asking tech leaders as we use various web tools for our communication purposes,  as we access the Internet to connect over various  social networking sites. So as […]

India’s crackdown on the Internet

August 27, 2012


In the backdrop of appeals by India to remove hate posts, world’s largest social networking website Facebook on Wednesday said it will remove content, block pages or even disable accounts of those users who upload contents that incite violence or perpetuate hate speech. Comprehending the gravity, Facebook’s stern warning to its users comes in the […]

update: WCIT conference in case of Internet & ITU as stated by: access now

July 15, 2012


ITU Governing Council to post some planning materials, rejects full open access 2:27pm | 11 July 2012, At its meeting today the ITU Governing Council rejected Secretary General Toure’s recommendation to open up access to all WCIT planning documents to the public and to create a consultation process that would give all stakeholders an opportunity […]

Cyber Crime are we as end users prepared? 5 top cyber threats for 2012 & beyond.

June 26, 2012


Cybercriminals are moving away from hacking into personal computers to attack personal mobile devices,  says a new study of the top cyber threats for 2012. Cybercriminals will move away from breaking into personal computers and increase their focus on mobile devices,  according to a report on cyber security for 2012 we are fast approaching 2013 […]