Privacy

April 29, 2016

US House Passes Bill to Protect Email Privacy

The United States House of Representatives on Wednesday (27 April) unanimously passed the Email Privacy Act that requires the government to obtain warrants before access citizens’ digital communications
April 22, 2016

DJI may hand over drone data in Hong Kong to Chinese government

The world’s largest drone maker DJI said on Wednesday that the company could give the data from flights in Hong Kong to the Chinese government, according to The New York Times.
November 4, 2015

New index ranks tech giants’ digital rights accountability

An index examining tech giants’ performance over respecting their users’ freedom of expression and privacy was launched on 3 November in New York, with Google rated the highest and Chinese Tencent the third lowest among the 16 companies which were reviewed.
October 18, 2015

Internet giants say no to US cybersecurity act

Facebook, Google, Yahoo and other technology big names spoke out against a proposed legislation aimed at promoting information sharing for cyber security between the companies and government.