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The international surge to help keep Ukraine's frontlines connected

by Tonya Riley

Donations of modems, routers and other equipment are flooding in from around the world.

Russia to create its own security certificate authority, alarming experts

by Suzanne Smalley

Security experts worry that Russia is opening the door to mass surveillance and disinformation.

Amid military coup, Myanmar's internet is partially blacked out

by Tim Starks

President Joe Biden denounced the military's seizure, which coincided with large-scale internet blackouts.

Lawmakers call on Amazon and Google to reconsider ban on domain fronting

by Patrick Howell O'Neill

The technique is used to circumvent censorship and surveillance around the world.

Spyware campaign targets Turkish dissidents, research shows

by Sean Lyngaas

Another instance of FinFisher has been spotted in the wild by digital rights advocacy group Access Now.

Freedom House: Governments are turning cyberweapons on their own people

by Shaun Waterman

More and more governments are using cyberweapons like malware and DDoS attacks against internal critics and dissidents, making them them the second-most-common form of repression after actual arrests, according to a new report from human rights group Freedom House.

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