Glyn Moody

writer (Rebel Code), journalist, blogger. on openness, the commons, copyright, patents and digital rights. email: glyn.moody@gmail.com; PGP: E4962A75

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techdirt.com
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Big Pharma Companies Accused Of Conspiring To Inflate Prices Of Over 100 Generic Drugs By Up To 1000%
May, 20 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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Why 5G is a huge future threat to privacy
May, 18 2019
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After Five-Year Legal Battle, Top Judges Rule That The UK's Spying Activities Can Be Challenged In Ordinary Courts
May, 17 2019
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"Digital strip-searches": police increasingly downloading everything from smartphones – including from crime victims
May, 13 2019
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EU Quietly Ramps Up Preparations To Re-introduce Blanket Data Retention After Top Court Threw It Out In 2014
May, 10 2019
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Open Source Makes Kodi Add-ons Proliferate -- And Hard To Eradicate
May, 7 2019
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Top Court Rules CETA's Lipstick-On-A-Pig Version Of Corporate Sovereignty Is Compatible With EU Law
May, 3 2019
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Why Your Holiday Photos And Videos Of The Restored Notre Dame Cathedral Could Be Blocked By The EU's Upload Filters
April, 30 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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How to use a FreedomBox running open source software to regain control of your online privacy
April, 27 2019
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Shoddy Software Is Eating The World, And People Are Dying As A Result
April, 26 2019
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Here's how Internet of Things malware is undermining privacy
April, 26 2019
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Good News From The EU For A Change: A Strong Directive To Protect Whistleblowers
April, 24 2019
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Could Article 13's Upload Filters Be Thrown Out Because Of The EU-Canada Trade Deal CETA?
April, 17 2019
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China's AI-based prisons – both indoors and outdoors – offer a warning of how privacy may die elsewhere
April, 13 2019
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South Korea Wants To Allow Its Copyright Protection Agency To Block Sites Allegedly Holding Infringing Material -- No Judicial Review Required
April, 12 2019
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Zuck's back, calling for "new rules" for the Internet, which will entrench Facebook's power, but do nothing for privacy
April, 12 2019
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The march to mandatory, nationwide DNA databases picks up pace around the world
April, 3 2019
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AI-based predictive policing systems widely used in US and UK, despite concerns about privacy, and flaws in the approach
March, 27 2019
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Don't be fooled: the main beneficiary of Mark Zuckerberg's apparent embrace of privacy is Facebook, not you
March, 16 2019
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The 2012 Web Blackout Helped Stop SOPA/PIPA And Then ACTA; Here Comes The 2019 Version To Stop Article 13
March, 16 2019
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German Government Confirms That Article 13 Does Mean Upload Filters, Destroying Claims To The Contrary Once And For All
March, 13 2019
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Top EU Court Rules Public Interest Is More Important Than Protection Of Commercial Interests
March, 12 2019
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A million tiny eyes in the sky: how a new generation of nanosatellites pose a threat to privacy
March, 9 2019
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Big Win For Open Access, As University Of California Cancels All Elsevier Subscriptions, Worth $11 Million Dollars A Year
March, 5 2019
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Big Win For Open Access, As University Of California Cancels All Elsevier Subscriptions, Worth $11 Million A Year
March, 5 2019
linuxjournal.com
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By Jupyter--Is This the Future of Open Science?
March, 4 2019
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This Could Be The Most Important Email You Will Ever Send To Your MEP
March, 3 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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After the quantified self, the quantified employee; but what about privacy?
March, 2 2019
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Surprise: Uganda's New Social Media Tax Seems To Have Led To Fewer People Using The Internet, And Total Value Of Mobile Transactions To Drop
February, 26 2019
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The latest twist on adding backdoors to encryption is spooky
February, 23 2019
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Facebook may not collect or combine personal data using "forced consent", says German competition authority
February, 16 2019
linuxjournal.com
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If Software Is Funded from a Public Source, Its Code Should Be Open Source
February, 13 2019
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EU's New 'Open By Default' Rules For Data Generated By Public Funding Subverted At The Last Minute
February, 13 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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People and publishers start to turn against micro-targeted advertising and its harms to privacy
February, 9 2019
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German Data Protection Authority Says GDPR Requires Email To Use At Least Transport Layer Encryption
February, 8 2019
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After Plan S, Here's Plan U: Funders Should Require All Research To Be Posted First As A Preprint
February, 5 2019
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Google hit with first big GDPR fine over "forced consent"; eight new complaints filed over "right to access"
February, 2 2019
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EU Drops Corporate Sovereignty For Internal Bilateral Agreements, But Top Court Adviser Says It Can Be Used In CETA
February, 1 2019
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How much privacy should children have from their own parents?
January, 26 2019
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Proposed Update To Singapore's Copyright Laws Surprisingly Sensible
January, 23 2019
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Deep fakes: how immutable blockchain-based life logs could combat them, and the implications for privacy
January, 19 2019
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PLOS ONE Topic Pages: Peer-Reviewed Articles That Are Also Wikipedia Entries: What's Not To Like?
January, 11 2019
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China Starts Using Facial Recognition-Enabled 'Smart' Locks In Its Public Housing
January, 8 2019
linuxjournal.com
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IBM Began Buying Red Hat 20 Years Ago
January, 7 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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What happens to identity and privacy when every biometric can be faked?
January, 5 2019
privateinternetaccess.com
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As facial recognition systems continue to spread, so do concerns about their deployment
December, 22 2018
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German City Wants Names And Addresses Of Airbnb Hosts; Chinese Province Demands Full Details Of Every Guest Too
December, 21 2018
privateinternetaccess.com
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Facebook doesn't care about your privacy, it just wants to farm your personal data – these confidential documents prove it
December, 15 2018
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Top EU Court's Advocate General Says German Link Tax Should Not Be Applied -- But On A Technicality
December, 14 2018
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How Bike-Sharing Services And Electric Vehicles Are Sending Personal Data To The Chinese Government
December, 11 2018
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Glyn Moody is a writer who has produced content for opendotdotdot.blogspot.com, arstechnica.com, and arstechnica.co.uk
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Personal Data, Facial Recognition, Data Protection, Copyright Directive, Cambridge Analytica, European Parliament, Personal Information, European Commission, Law Enforcement, Artificial Intelligence
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