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Articles regarding online privacy, integrity and security.

author Maximilian Holm, about Online Privacy

A new proposal in the United Kingdom is not only a threat to encryption, but it could also force companies to include backdoors into their products. If allowed to pass, this proposal could risk the security of millions of customers and cause irreparable financial damage. What is it? Earlier this…

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author Maximilian Holm, about Online Privacy

In a recent 2-1 vote, Chairman Ajit Pai and the FCC begin their process to dismantle Net Neutrality, leaving millions of customers and thousands of companies at the mercy of a select few Internet Service Providers. The FCC will now begin a new 90 day process where they will accept…

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author Maximilian Holm, about Online Privacy

A new vote in the could spell the death of net neutrality as we know it in the U.S. If passed, it means that internet service providers in the US can dictate their own terms and potentially decide what content their customers can access, and when they can access…

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author Maximilian Holm, about Online Privacy

The Internet is often used as a tool to spread information, discuss topics of political interest, personal opinions, and sensitive topics. Article 19 of the UN declaration of human rights declare freedom of speech to be one such right that applies to every human being, and therefore, the Internet has…

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author Maximilian Holm, about Online Privacy

On March 27, the U.S Congress voted to pass S.J.Res.34. This resolution aims to nullify the rule Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services that passed on the 2nd of December. In effect, this gives way for Internet Service Providers to freely…

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