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Si vous le construisez, ils viendront : la porte dérobée d’Apple ouvre sur un monde où la surveillance et la censure sont accrues

Le nouveau programme d’Apple qui analyse les images envoyées sur iMessage est un recul par rapport au soutien antérieur de l’entreprise envers la confidentialité et la sécurité des messages chiffrés. Le programme, initialement limité aux États-Unis, réduit ce que l’on comprend par chiffrement de bout en bout...

O (No!) Canada: Fast-Moving Proposal Creates Filtering, Blocking and Reporting Rules—and Speech Police to Enforce Them

Policymakers around the world are contemplating a wide variety of proposals to address “harmful” online expression. Many of these proposals are dangerously misguided and will inevitably result in the censorship of all kinds of lawful and valuable expression. And one of the most dangerous proposals may be adopted in Canada....

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16 Civil Society Organizations Call on Congress to Fix the Cryptocurrency Provision of the Infrastructure Bill

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Fight for the Future, Defending Rights and Dissent and 13 other organizations sent a letter to Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY), Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and other members of Congress asking them to act swiftly to amend the vague and dangerous digital currency provision of Biden’s infrastructure...

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Platforms Want To Be Utilities, Self-Govern Like Empires

Whether it’s “bringing the world closer together” (Facebook), “organizing the world’s information” (Google), to be a market “where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online” (Amazon) or “to make personal computing accessible to each and every individual” (Apple), the founding missions of tech giants reveal...


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