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Whistleblower Says Facebook Ignored Global Political Manipulation - 17 septembre 2020
A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew leaders of countries around the world were using their site to manipulate voters — and failed to act. Facebook ignored or was slow to act on evidence that fake accounts on its platform have been undermining elections (...)

China watching : President, PM, key Opposition leaders, Cabinet, CMs, Chief Justice of India…the list goes on - 16 septembre 2020
China is Watching : Over 10,000 Indians, entities from politics to business, judiciary to media, even crime-accused, tracked by big-data firm linked to Chinese govt. Calling itself a pioneer in using big data for “hybrid warfare” and the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” a Shenzen-based technology company (...)

La Chine accusée d’espionnage à grande échelle en Inde - 15 septembre 2020
L’Indian Express a révélé le lundi 14 septembre que Zhenhua Data, une société de Shenzhen, collectait sur Internet les données de milliers de personnalités indiennes de la politique, des milieux d’affaires, de la justice et des médias, dont celles du Premier ministre Narendra Modi. Plus de “10 000 personnes et (...)

California Bill Makes App-Based Companies Treat Workers as Employees - - 13 septembre 2020
SACRAMENTO — California legislators approved a landmark bill on Tuesday that requires companies like Uber and Lyft to treat contract workers as employees, a move that could reshape the gig economy and that adds fuel to a yearslong debate over whether the nature of work has become too insecure. The bill passed in a (...)

L’Inde accuse Facebook de mettre en péril sa démocratie - 12 septembre 2020
La firme américaine se voit reprocher par la gauche et la droite indiennes de manipuler l’opinion à des fins politiques. Elle a dû venir s’expliquer devant les députés, à New Delhi. La polémique autour de Facebook prend une tournure politique d’une ampleur inattendue en Inde. Après l’article du Wall Street Journal paru le (...)

How Facebook Can Prevent Its Next Deadly “Operational Mistake” - 5 septembre 2020
If Zuckerberg cares at all about the platform’s impact, he should stop outsourcing content moderation now On the morning of August 25, a self-proclaimed militia group on Facebook called Kenosha Guard put out a public call for people to “take up arms” and defend the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin, from “evil thugs” — (...)

Eight case studies on regulating biometric technology show us a path forward - 4 septembre 2020
A new report from the AI Now Institute reveals how different regulatory approaches work or fall short in protecting communities from surveillance. Amba Kak was in law school in India when the country rolled out the Aadhaar project in 2009. The national biometric ID system, conceived as a comprehensive identity (...)

The pandemic will end. But in India, Tunisia and Peru, there are signs the surveillance will not - 2 septembre 2020
In India, judges make downloading a coronavirus app mandatory for suspects released on bail, Tunisia has a long history of government surveillance and in Peru, a survey system slurps personal data. In all three countries, writers fear Covid-19 surveillance could outlive the virus. Emergencies change the rules. (...)

Facebook Executive Supported India’s Modi, Disparaged Opposition in Internal Messages - 1er septembre 2020
Some employees said the sentiments and actions conflicted with the company’s longstanding neutrality pledge A Facebook Inc. FB -0.16% executive at the center of a political storm in India made internal postings over several years detailing her support for the now ruling Hindu nationalist party and disparaging its (...)

En Inde, Facebook accusé d’avoir soutenu le parti au pouvoir - 1er septembre 2020
Une haute responsable du réseau social est accusée d’être intervenue pour favoriser le Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) dans les pratiques de modération de Facebook. La responsable des politiques publiques de Facebook en Inde est accusée d’avoir utilisé son poste pour favoriser le Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP, nationalistes (...)

Inside Facebook’s new power grab - 31 août 2020
From cables to internet cafes, Mark Zuckerberg is leaving his mark on the global South Mark Zuckerberg is not a man used to failure. He has built a $600-billion empire, buying up or crushing most would-be competitors and brushing regulators aside. When, in 2015, he personally headed up an effort – first called (...)

Facebook, Google, Big Tech Line Up for New Nationalist Tech War With China - 29 août 2020
China’s rise has pushed Silicon Valley away from the values it once claimed to hold. Last month, the CEOs of Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon were hauled before the U.S. Congress to be interrogated about their companies’ monopolistic behavior. While Democrats relentlessly grilled the four CEOs over their breach (...)

“We are being watched by thousands of CCTV cameras.” Life in India’s most-surveilled city - 25 août 2020
Hyderabad’s IT industry brought jobs and growth to the city. Critics now say the same technology is being used to watch the moves of every citizen In July, Imran received in the mail a traffic violation ticket from his local police department. He had been issued a fine equivalent to $13. The letter showed an image (...)

Surveillance and security in Delhi’s schools - 25 août 2020
In a bid to boost classroom discipline, Delhi is installing 150,000 cameras in government-run schools across the city A large flat-screen TV flickers for a second before the images appear : uniformed students studying in a classroom ; a teacher walking down a hallway ; the wide, bustling street outside the gates. (...)

Welcome to the ’splinternet’ : Trump adds to fractures in worldwide web - 14 août 2020
The U.S. has mostly opposed the balkanization of the internet into global factions, but experts said two new executive orders may help change that. It may not be possible to have a worldwide internet, after all. Tech policy experts said Friday that the idea of the internet as one global, unifying phenomenon was (...)

Ce groupe de hackers mercenaires vantait ses services... sur LinkedIn - 9 août 2020
Le Citizen Lab a révélé l’existence du groupe de hackers mercenaires Dark Basin. Alimenté par une entreprise indienne, il s’est attaqué à des centaines de victimes : journalistes, dirigeants, personnalités politiques... Mais les traces grossière laissées par ces membres ont permis de l’identifier. Ce groupe de hackers (...)

Dark Basin : Uncovering a Massive Hack-For-Hire Operation - 8 août 2020
Key Findings Dark Basin is a hack-for-hire group that has targeted thousands of individuals and hundreds of institutions on six continents. Targets include advocacy groups and journalists, elected and senior government officials, hedge funds, and multiple industries. Dark Basin extensively targeted American (...)

Sumit Gupta : For whom the BellTrox - 8 août 2020
BENGALURU : Sumit Gupta, founder of BellTrox InfoTech Services, would exhort young recruits to hack into servers of targeted entities in return for more money, former employees of the Delhi-based company told ET. BellTrox was cited as a spy-for-hire firm by an internet watchdog group investigating an international (...)

Obscure Indian cyber firm spied on politicians, investors worldwide - 8 août 2020
LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A little-known Indian IT firm offered its hacking services to help clients spy on more than 10,000 email accounts over a period of seven years. New Delhi-based BellTroX InfoTech Services targeted government officials in Europe, gambling tycoons in the Bahamas, and well-known (...)

Cyber-corsaires contre flibustiers du net - 8 août 2020
On aime les représenter borgnes, avec un bandeau noir sur leur œil perdu, avec une jambe de bois et un perroquet sur l’épaule. La révolution numérique a fait naître un genre nouveau de pirates tout aussi redoutables, bien moins mobiles maintenant que l’information circule à la vitesse de la lumière. Comme leurs ancêtres (...)