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Cybersecurity awareness week: be aware you’re being lied to

It’s cybersecurity awareness week. So you should be aware that you’re being lied to about cybercrime, who’s behind it, and how your rights and freedoms are under threat.

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Reveal the truth about cybersecurity, face the wrath of the US

The US government continues to go after computer activists who seek to reveal the truth about the shadowy cybersecurity industry. The latest target is web-hosting company Cloudflare.

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Is there really too much freedom of speech online?

Once again the old media have missed the point of privacy online, preferring to maintain their patch instead of focusing on issues such as data mining.

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Bleich on copyright, net censorship and Q&A democracy

The US Ambassador has defended the United States’s approach to trade negotiations and copyright, and talked about “atypical” diplomacy via ABC TV hit Q&A.

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PeteSearch | COMPANIES|

How I got sued by Facebook

Software engineer Pete Warden created a search engine for Facebook data. But Facebook did not “like” it. He explains what happens when the company takes you off its friends list

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Huffington Post | COMPANIES|

If China throws out Google, let’s throw out their computers

The free market cuts both ways, says international trade expert Gilbert Kaplan: If China won’t give free access to Google, we shouldn’t give them free access to our consumer markets.

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Wired | ONLINE|

The internet’s biggest threat? Fear mongering bureaucrats

The biggest threat to internet freedom isn’t China, hackers or spammers, says Ryan Singel: it’s the security and government propagandists spreading the myth that we’re engaged in a “cyberwar” in the first place.

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Paying lip service to internet freedom

A recent editorial from China’s People’s Daily took umbrage at Hillary Clinton’s comments on “internet freedom. Finally the Chinese government manage to land a punch on the US.

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Clinton declares cyber war on China

Among buckets of saccharine rhetoric linking freedom and democracy, Hillary Clinton’s speech on internet freedom is a declaration of cyber war against China.

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The New Yorker | ONLINE|

Google: a Chinese perspective

Westerners may be applauding Google’s recent up-yours to China, but what do actual Chinese people think? According to Evan Osnos, most are totally baffled by the whole thing: why would a company choose morals over profit?

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RealClearWorld | ONLINE|

Hillary Clinton: Free the internet

Hillary Clinton has a new gong to bang: internet freedom. Read her speech championing the increase of freedom of speech online and calling on the China to get with the program.

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