Six cyber security predictions for 2020
From deepfakes to Internet censorship and new mobile malware, a digital privacy expert forecasts what cyber security will look like this year.
Victory for tech firms on copyright reform
The proposed copyright revamp was aimed at making tech giants share revenue with publishers, broadcasters and artists.
Facebook 'dismissive of censorship, abuse concerns'
Rights groups accuse Facebook of "racially biased censorship" and failing to be more transparent about its removal policies.
China's WeChat censors users abroad
Censorship on China's top social messaging app WeChat goes beyond the country's borders.
Outrage over SA's 'vote' against Internet freedom
The opposition and analysts say government's decision flies in the face of the Constitution and the original ideals of a democratic SA.
China moves closer to controversial cyber-security law
Parliament has held a second reading of the draft rules, which carry consequences for business and threaten greater censorship.
Facebook changes 'Trending Topics' procedures
The social network is co-operating with conservative critics in addressing its alleged bias against conservative viewpoints.
Facebook can be sued for censoring nude painting
A Paris court could be setting legal precedent in rejecting Facebook's argument that it is governed exclusively by Californian law.
FPB must publish comments on 'censorship' policy
ISPA has called on the FPB to publish public comments on its Draft Online Regulation Policy.
Protestors down Thai government Web sites
A human DDOS attack brought several Thai government Web sites down on Wednesday as citizens protest censorship.
Saving SA's Internet in 48 hours
Global Web movement Avaaz has rallied over 23?500 people to stand up against Internet censorship in SA, in just two days.