Facebook and YouTube flagged as 'high risk' for children
Facebook and YouTube have been exposed as the worst offenders when it comes to exposing children to some of the darkest and most adult themes on the Internet. Legalbrief reports that authorities around the world continue to grapple with the ...
Kenyatta signs cybercrimes Act
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta last week signed into law a sweeping cybercrimes Act criminalising fake news and online bullying, with clauses that critics argue could stifle press freedom. A BusinessLIVE report notes that the Bill imposes stiff fines and jail ...
Judges' access to Juta content restored – Minister
The Department of Justice and Juta Publishers have struck a deal giving judges access to Juta’s content, which they rely on as an archive of judgments and legal commentary, notes a Business Day report. A dispute over payments, which the ...
Election data shared with Russia – whistleblower
Political consulting group Cambridge Analytica used Russian researchers and shared data with companies linked to Russian intelligence, a whistleblower has told a congressional hearing on interference in the 2016 US election. Christopher Wylie, who leaked information on the British-based firm ...
Senate votes to reinstate net neutrality protections
Big Apple beefs up cyber defences
Eskom uses e-mail string to damn Daniels
New moves to tackle Internet’s ‘wild west’
Broadband penetration now a strategic priority
New online tools planned for lenders
Cyber criminals target attorneys
Software updates for driverless car addressed
Open source software in demand
Legal loophole puts private data at risk
UK to defend 'campaigns of intrusion'
How Facebook’s Big Brother teams monitor you
Security is tight at the brick building on the western edge of Berlin. Inside, a sign warn that ‘everybody without a badge is a potential spy!’ Spread over five floors, hundreds of men and women sit in rows of ...
De Lille must answer over damning SMS allegations
While there are many very serious ethical allegations against Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, the DA has one ‘simple’ SMS from De Lille which appears to be ‘a silver bullet’. The SMS, allegedly from De Lille, to Water and ...
MultiChoice hits back
* MultiChoice SA CEO Calvo Mawela has hit out at the SABC’s call for it to pay to carry its public service channels on DStv, saying it will not do so if so-called ‘must-carry’ regulations are amended or scrapped. Mawela reportedly ...