Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Facebook

  • No registration address: German Federal Office fines Telegram

    No registration address: German Federal Office fines Telegram

    The messenger service popular on phones is to pay over €5 million in fines Five years ago, the German Network Enforcement Act came into force. With it, the then coalition government of conservatives and social democrats wanted to combat hate crime, punishable false news and other criminalised content on social network platforms. Even then, it […]

  • China: Algorithm law for „positive energy“

    China: Algorithm law for „positive energy“

    The government in Beijing has passed a globally unique regulation for consumer protection on the internet China installed a new law on Tuesday to rein in algorithms on the internet. The hitherto unique regulation covers applications that make further purchase or reading recommendations to their users based on their behaviour. In future, it will be […]

  • Germany: Trojans for all

    Germany: Trojans for all

    The German Bundestag passed new wiretapping laws for secret services and the Federal Police In future, German secret services will be able to remotely access private computers or telephones with spy software. They will be allowed to intercept not only ongoing but also „inactive“ communications, i.e. to read out data stored on the devices. This […]

  • Britain and Europol: Social media to remove posts by refugees

    Britain and Europol: Social media to remove posts by refugees

    Companies such as TikTok and Facebook are to step up deletions of internet content if it could encourage the entry of irregular migrants. Calls for this came from the British Criminal Investigation Department. A department for „removal orders“ has also been set up at Europol along the same lines. British Home Secretary Priti Patel on […]