The EU Copyright Directive is about to make the internet wo…

The European Union’s new Copyright Directive stands to dramatically change the way we consume news and other online content. Although originally intended to ensure creators and news organizations are fairly compensated for their work, the directive will more likely make quality news harder to find, throw financial and technical roadblocks in the way of smaller […]

The future of the internet looks brighter thanks to an EU c…

Imagine an internet where you couldn’t access any content unless it complied with every law of all the countries in the world. In this scenario, you would be prevented from expressing views that were critical of many of the world’s dictatorships. You would not be able to question aspects of some religions due to blasphemy […]

The Internet Reacts To Scott Morrison’s ‘#Shoegate’ Scandal


It’s fair to say that governing a country is hard. There’s a budget to manage against multiple competing interests, borders to keep safe and then there’s the most important thing of all: Photoshopping shoes on your holiday snaps. Read more about The Internet Reacts To Scott Morrison’s ‘#Shoegate’ Scandal

Four events that could transform the Internet in 2019

Harmful content and privacy are some of the issues that will be addressed by landmark decisions this year, as governments across the world look to make tech giants and social networks more accountable. The UK will decide whether to regulate the likes of Facebook — and if so, how — while an European Union-wide crackdown […]

What do Chinese internet users think of Google’s ‘Dragonfly…

By Oiwan Lam After deflecting questions from reporters for months, CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged in October 2018 Google’s plan to build “Dragonfly,” a censored search engine app that would serve Chinese users. But on December 5, in a hearing before the US House Judiciary Committee, Pichai described the development of Dragonfly as an “internal effort” and said that the […]

Other Views: How Congress might still break the internet – …

Other Views: How Congress might still break the internet  Gazettextra Civil liberties activists long warned that the federal government must adopt “net neutralityâ€� requirements that prevent broadband companies from charging … Site Search 360 News Related Posts:all the shortcuts and tools you’ll ever need120 AI Predictions For 2019What Trump Could Do If He Declares a State […]