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Monday, February 18, 2019
Checked 1:10 AM; Last Updated 8:50 PM CST; 02:50 GMT


  • "Australian political parties also hit by state actor in parliamentary network attack: PM/Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said a sophisticated state actor also hit the networks of Australia's political parties when it attacked the parliamentary network." ZDNet 8:51 PM
  • "UK parliament calls for antitrust, data abuse probe of Facebook" TechCrunch 7:59 PM
  • "The EU's new copyright laws threaten to destroy the internet: The EU's new copyright laws will force all websites to check all posts to see if anything ever published might be a copyright violation. That will include photos, videos, words, tweets, memes, source code: you name it." ZDNet 2/15
  • "U.S. SEC charges Cognizant, former executives with anti-corruption lapses" Reuters 2/15
  • "FCC's proposed rules target international robocallers" Engadget 2/15
  • "The political game behind Amazon's retreat from New York" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 2/15
  • "Facebook Privacy Violations Could Result In An FTC Fine In The Billions Instead Of Millions" HotHardware 2/15
  • "Facebook, FTC reportedly discussing 'multibillion dollar' fine" Associated Press 2/15
  • "Facebook in talks with US watchdog to settle privacy investigation" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 2/15
  • "It's complicated, says Britain's MI6 spymaster on Huawei 5G issue" Reuters 2/15
  • "Telecoms industry calls for Europe-wide network testing regime" Reuters 2/15
  • "Germany looks into tax move on foreign internet firms: report" Reuters 2/15