Earlier we revealed how bosses are slowly getting more powers to monitor an employee’s emails if it is sent during work hours. However, firms are not the only ones who can monitor our records. Under legislation dubbed ‘the snoopers charter’, cafes and coffee shops will have running Wi-Fi networks may have to store internet data. This could also include libraries[Read More...]
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A number of protests took place in Spain as a result of a new security law, that has been branded as ‘censorship’ by demonstrators. The Public Security Law, which was approved by parliament, has been heavily criticised by opposition parties and human rights groups as an attempt by the conservative government to silence protests over its handling of Spain’s financial[Read More...]
The government has unveiled plans to ban anyone who criticises it from appearing on TV or protesting. Under the guise of protecting the public from ‘extremism’ the government proposal will allow police to vet the social media activity of “harmful” individuals and curb their right to speak at public events. The maximum sentence could be up to 10 years in[Read More...]