A legal history of GCHQ computer hacking
The idea that internet platforms are just conduits in the information age is withering away. But at what cost?
A critique of Trump’s TikTok ban
The human rights implications of internet blackouts
Listen to the Editor-in-Chief speak on an episode of The Wired Wig
The ByteDance-Beijing relationship is more familiar than one may think
A comprehensive analysis of the UK’s case for data adequacy
The Privacy Shield is dead. What next after Schrems II?
The future of UK State surveillance has serious implications attached to it
The EU-US Privacy Shield is being questioned just two years after it was agreed. How much longer can it last?
Will the UK and EU be able to continue the free flow of data post-Brexit?
The FCC’s decision on net neutrality is by no means the end of the matter
The claim that Europe is jealous of Silicon Valley’s big tech companies is probably not true
The UK government’s take on end-to-end encryption shows a lack of understanding of cyberspace and how the technology works
The Investigatory Powers Act, meant to make the UK safer, poses risks to cybersecurity and keeps privacy concerns alive