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- The European Union Court of Justice ruled that Member States can force Facebook to do global takedowns.
- The Court of Justice also ruled that tracking cookies require explicit, active user consent.
- The FDA has warned that there are security flaws lurking within medical devices.
- Net Neutrality was killed – sort of – in the DC Circuit's Mozilla v. FCC decision.
- Elizabeth Warren has a plan to revive the Office of Technology Assessment.
- Google wants to implement DNS-over-HTTPS, and ISPs are not happy about it.
- Uzbekistan gave a masterclass in how NOT to do operational security.
- France is going to roll out a nationwide facial recognition identification
- Cops in Germany shut down a Dark Web data center.
- Attorney General Bill Barr is pushing Mark Zuckerberg not to implement end-to-end encryption in Facebook's products.
- And more!
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