Facebook is fighting for the blanket right to access your information. Should it persuade a US court that it has this blanket right, it will create a backdoor to the GDPR and to your personal information. Facebook’s arguments attempt to open a door to your personal information. To understand the significance and breadth of the … Continue reading Facebook Wants Your Information By Any Means!
Which Video or Message Call Apps Can You Really Trust? Facebook doesn’t use the content of your messages for ad targeting. But it does collect a lot of other personal information. It collects name, email, location, geolocations on photos you upload, information about your contacts, information about you other people might share, and even any … Continue reading Which Video Call Apps Can You Trust?
United Kingdom – Since the passage of the Investigatory Powers Act in 2016, internet service providers and telecoms have been recording browsing history, connection times, and text messages. The data is stored for two years and is available to UK government agencies and their partners without any warrant. United States – The US government has … Continue reading Five Eyes, Nine Eyes, and 14 Eyes (In-Depth Explanation)
Internet Censorship Thru Fear: Internet censorship is the control or suppression of the publishing of, or access to information on the Internet. It may be carried out by governments or by private organizations either at the behest of government or on their own initiative. Individuals and organizations may engage in Self-Censorship on their own or … Continue reading Internet Censorship Thru Fear, Is Free Speech Dead?