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  • US, UK, Australia warn Facebook against end-to-end encryption

    US, UK, Australia warn Facebook against end-to-end encryption0

    The US Department of Justice (DoJ), UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, and the Australian Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton are set to block Facebook’s plan to roll out end-to-end encryption across its entire messaging portfolio, over concerns that national security would be adversely impacted. In traditional client-server communications, encryption only protects data in-transit. A

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  • US, UK and Australia demand that Facebook stop plan to introduce end-to-end encryption for WhatsApp

    US, UK and Australia demand that Facebook stop plan to introduce end-to-end encryption for WhatsApp0

    The ‘war’ against end-to-end encryption has raged since the internet was popularised in the 1990s Politicians across three of the so-called ‘five eyes’ alliance have written to Facebook to demand that it stop development of end-to-end encryption in its messaging services – until it can reassure authorities… Source link

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  • Teenager stabbed boy to death over Facebook row

    Teenager stabbed boy to death over Facebook row0

    A teenager has been jailed for more than nine years after stabbing a 17-year-old boy to death following a row on Facebook. Amari Smith, 18, stabbed Louis-Ryan Menezes in the chest on the streets of Northampton in May last year, piercing his heart in the attack. The court was told Menezes had been killed with a

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  • Smart TVs are leaking data to companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon, researchers warn

    Smart TVs are leaking data to companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon, researchers warn0

    Most smart TVs are leaking sensitive user data to advertising firms, claim researchers Smart TVs from companies like Samsung, LG and others are leaking sensitive user data to firms such as Google, Facebook, and Amazon. And devices such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV Sticks are no better.  … Source link

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  • Facebook, Microsoft launch Deepfake Detection Challenge

    Facebook, Microsoft launch Deepfake Detection Challenge0

    Facebook and Microsoft have announced a joint challenge which aims to address the growing threat of ‘deepfake’ content – computer-modified videos in which one or more participants is replaced by someone else, often with as little as a single image with which to work. ‘The camera,’ the saying goes, ‘never lies.’ It’s never been true,

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