A newly published international study, conducted by The Centre for Generational Kinetics and commissioned by WP Engine, has revealed the ways that different generations view and interact with the digital world, with Gen Z fwilling to sacrifice privacy for the personalisation that modern technology is able to provide.
Judicial oversight of new surveillance powers and clearly defined limits on agencies’ notices top the list of a raft of changes recommended to the Federal Government for its encryption legislation by a broad coalition of Australia’s telecommunications, IT and Internet industries.
The emergence of Vaporworms — a new breed of fileless malware with wormlike properties that allow it to self-propagate through vulnerable systems — global Internet disruption and rogue AI chatbots are among the security threats predicted to hit the world in 2019, according to a new report.
Good to see Geoff Huston making an honest assessment when too many other so-called Internet experts prefer to look the[…]
Excellent points Sam - Indeed, "by his (Torvalds') standards" ?Really?One supposes the Register author has to pretend they aren't writing[…]
"The clumsy and 'knee jerk' interventions by governments to create a regulatory framework around all this really are treating the[…]
I'm not saying that this article itself, nor the report from Charles Sturt Australian Graduate School of Graduate Policing and[…]
I was not having a go at you Sam, it is at that white elephant called the NBN