Why not let Facebook target ads based on your financial data?

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your shock to the system of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Miro peicak! … Continue reading Why not let Facebook target ads based on your financial data?

Merkel’s successor trips up over online censorship

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your crackle in the potentiometer of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Soo dhowow! … Continue reading Merkel’s successor trips up over online censorship

Facebook finally changes its obnoxious terms

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your foot in the sock of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Zoo siab … Continue reading Facebook finally changes its obnoxious terms

Hey Google, that’ll be €50 million for flouting the GDPR

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your bubble in the bath of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Benvnuwe! THE FIRST … Continue reading Hey Google, that’ll be €50 million for flouting the GDPR

The case against selling governments facial recognition tech

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your meaningful vote in the parliament of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Lek oy … Continue reading The case against selling governments facial recognition tech

Censored search works well, when it works

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your dimple in the cheek of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Boolkhent! GOOGLE CONTINUES TO … Continue reading Censored search works well, when it works

Facebook may get a big breach fine, but probably not $1.63 billion

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your blessing in the disguise of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and … Continue reading Facebook may get a big breach fine, but probably not $1.63 billion

Are online platforms tools or privatised law enforcement?

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your jewel in the cuckoo's nest of digital rights news and analysis. THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION IS PREPARING TO ABANDON the whole self-regulatory thing around takedowns of terrorist content. Per security commissioner Julian King, there hasn't been "enough progress" from the platforms, and "we cannot afford to relax or become complacent in the … Continue reading Are online platforms tools or privatised law enforcement?

Google, China and InfoWars: Online censorship hits the headlines

WELCOME to Connected Rights, your hadron in the collider of digital rights news and analysis. GOOGLE PULLED OUT OF CHINA EIGHT YEARS AGO over the country's censorship requirements and state-sponsored hacking. But now, according to multiple reports, the company is planning a return, with censor-friendly search and news aggregation apps being developed under a project codenamed … Continue reading Google, China and InfoWars: Online censorship hits the headlines