India is working to introduce legislation that would ban map or satellite data of the country unless they are approved by the government. Incorrect map information will also be prohibited.
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Apple has responded to the UK government's draft surveillance bill, 'Investigatory Powers Bill'. It details concerns that Apple has over the proposed legislation.
The UK is rushing through an emergency law following a ruling from the European Court of Justice which abolished the requirement of Telecom and Internet Service Providers to retain customer data.
Google has warned that it could be 'several weeks' before they will be able to properly deal with the huge backlog of 'right to be forgotten' requests that are currently piling up against the company.
Google is reportedly receiving scores of 'right to be forgotten' requests from citizens living in the EU who do not want their personal data to be visible in the website's search results.
Under new 'anti-terrorism' legislation in Russia, Skype, Facebook, Gmail and other services could be banned for failing to comply with new laws unless the companies changes where user data is stored.
Under a draft code published today by UK communications regulator Ofcom, ISPs could be eligible to send warning letters to copyright infringers by 2014. This gives ISPs rights to monitor user activity.
Digital activists are cheering after the author of SOPA has decided to drop DNS blocking provisions from the law, a controversial bill in the US Congress that is encountering staunch opposition.
Finland have recently passed legislation which secures their citizens a "legal right" to broadband. This step forward for Finland has resulted in a right to 1mbps broadband for all homes. This passing of law has...
After being caught trying to record the movie 'Dan in Real Life' last month, a man from QuÃ©bec now faces up to two years in jail, if convicted, thanks to Canada's new anti-camcording legislation. Should...
Consumer rights groups have voiced opposition to legislation introduced in the U.S. Congress last week that would require Internet broadcasters to deploy DRM (digital rights management) technology to prevent listeners from making unauthorized copies of...
Direct from the "It sounded like a great idea at the time" files comes the latest development in video game ratings legislation. Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) is currently attempting to move the Truth in Video...
As reported earlier this week, French legislatures tried to get a bill passed forcing interoperability between all digital DRM systems such as those used in purchases from the Windows Media Player music store as well...
France may force Apple and Microsoft to figure out a digital detente, making songs bought using either technology interoperable. The fact that songs bought from iTunes won't work on devices powered by Microsoft and...
Leland Yee's new bill is more straightforward than last year's; it seeks to ban sales of graphically violent games to children under 17. California assemblyman Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) introduced a bill...
Halpin lashes out at "me-too politics" as Yee promotes reworded bill in California The Interactive Entertainment Merchants Association, a US body which represents videogame retailers, has criticised efforts in California to legislate...
Thanks to Slashdot for this pointer to a story over on Wired. Music CDs equipped with copy protection will, if Rick Boucher gets his wish, soon be as obsolete as eight-track cassettes....