The UN’s chief painted a grim picture of a divided and polarized world and urged solidarity among nations.
Myanmar and Belarus proved particular low points as online rights declined globally in 2021 for the 11th year in a row.
The UN’s human rights office is urging action to put human rights guardrails on the use of artificial intelligence.
Three defendants agree to pay $1.68m in penalties after criminal investigation by US Justice Department.
‘Their security is awful,’ John Binns said of T-Mobile as he discussed hacking the personal details of 50 million users.
US President Joe Biden will meet with country’s technology executives to discuss ways to enhance cybersecurity defences.
Regulators want to bring in third-party monitoring firms to limit data transfer and avoid undermining national security.
The Canadian firm disclosed a vulnerability in a software used in a wide range of products including medical equipment.
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Amnesty International says its analysis found that ‘mass and selective surveillance’ has been taking place in Mexico.
Benny Gantz will share government assessment with France, whose president was allegedly among targets of spyware.
The tech sold by Israeli firm appears to be behind possible mobile hacking of heads of state, activists and journalists.
The world’s most valuable oil producer said files were leaked on the heels of reports that hackers demanded $50m ransom.