Sept. 16, 2023, 7:52 p.m. | /u/NuseAI

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

- The UK Parliament is set to pass the Online Safety Bill, which threatens privacy and freedom of speech.

- The bill would empower the government to break end-to-end encryption and monitor private aspects of digital life.

- Proton and the tech industry have condemned the bill, but there is little hope for amendments.

- The bill would open the door to mass surveillance and outlaw private conversations online, violating human rights.

- The bill is due for final review …

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