While automation is necessary for handling a vast amount of content shared by users, it makes mistakes that can be far-reaching for your rights and the well-being of society.
Don’t you like having the freedom to see and share what you want online? That should be your decision, right? Or not.
FaceApp’s new old-age filter is fun — who doesn’t want to see into the future? But getting a look at yourself with wrinkles and white hair comes at the expense of your privacy.
Every time you go online, your personal information — health history, sexual orientation, browsing history and more — can be shared with thousands of companies in less time than it takes you to blink your eyes.
The draft law is intended to tackle hateful comments on online forums, but digital rights advocates and opposition politicians call it a direct attack on fundamental rights and the freedom of the internet.
Social media companies must remove extremist content within one hour or face hefty fines, according to a new proposal unveiled by the head of the European Commission. But is the motivation for the regulation rooted in politics rather than security?
The trial of two men accused of harassing French journalist Nadia Daam online has begun in Paris. The organization Reports Without Borders (RSF) says the case is important as it points to the need to more actively...
The European Commission says it is considering doing away with the EU's voluntary code of conduct on the removal of online hate speech and replacing it with legislation and heavy sanctions. The move comes amid the...
Are you ready to do something against the censorship regulations in the draft copyright law? You can either call your representative in the European Parliament or send them our pre-drafted email. Or do both.
Twenty-eight signatories – among them Liberties – sent an open letter to EU governments expressing their concerns over slow progress in the ePrivacy reform currently being finalised by the Council. The European...