It’s a new year and to welcome 2016 with a bang, Netflix is releasing new movies and TV series to entertain viewers with great shows. Here are what’s in store for viewers for the month of January 2016. This list include shows that will become available worldwide regardless of the Netflix channel. Regional Netflix channels Read More
China Telecom customers in Shanghai are experiencing several issues in accessing foreign websites, which the telco says is due to a lack of bandwidth. The Shanghai Telecom brand said that the blocks are not “politically sensitive” or imposed by China’s Great Firewall, which censors a vast array of western sites.
If you’ll remember back a few weeks ago, we dropped a report on what could potentially be one of the most devious tools in the whole belt of what the NSA has to offer. After spending over a year tracking the movements of a group that the researchers at Kaspersky Lab only refer to as Read More
This week, the joint organization of Wikipedia and their subsidiary Wikimedia announced they would be launching an official lawsuit against the National Security Agency in a United States court of law.
This week, select members from the hacking team Anonymous announced they had successfully infiltrated and taken down various social media accounts and email addresses belonging to the international terrorist organization ISIS.
The Irish government has submitted a court filing that says that US courts must get its permission to access emails stored in a Microsoft data center in Dublin.
South Korea has admitted that the computer systems at some of its nuclear reactors have been hacked. This has raised serious concerns about the safety and integrity of its nuclear facilities, especially since the country is technically at war with North Korea.
Malaysia-based VPN service provider, BolehVPN has announced that starting April 1, 2015, it will be charging Malaysian customers a value-added tax of six percent GST or Good and Services Tax. This is in accordance with the budget alignment approved by the government that was announced by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak himself during the unveiling Read More
There have been numerous incidents of Internet monitoring and censorship in Yemen, though it has been erratic, according to the OpenNet Initiative. Some measures implemented by the government have included blocking content such as gambling, sex or anything that is overly critical of political figures.
Edward Snowden should be granted asylum in Sweden says one Swedish politician, who has criticized other EU countries for not doing so.