Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Google

  • 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 […]

  • Planned regulation: EU Commission postpones mandatory screening of encrypted chats

    Planned regulation: EU Commission postpones mandatory screening of encrypted chats

    Providers of messengers and cloud services will be allowed to voluntarily screen for child abuse content worthy of prosecution, which is to become mandatory across the EU. The Council and Commission are pushing for an extension to other crime areas. Next week, the EU interior ministers will publish a declaration on this. On 1 December, […]

  • 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 […]

  • Europol Study: Disclosure of electronic evidence often fails due to incompetence of authorities

    Europol Study: Disclosure of electronic evidence often fails due to incompetence of authorities

    The planned EU e-Evidence regulation is intended to force Internet service providers to cooperate more with police and judicial authorities. However, a survey shows that the companies already comply with their requests voluntarily. But they are often incorrect and thus rejected. The police from Germany, France and Great Britain request by far the most data […]