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Australia’s Orwellian Named eSafety Commissioner will force Big Tech to Scan photos, emails

From TOTT News Australia’s eSafety Commissioner, who is a regular at the World Economic Forum’s annual Davos event, will enforce her powers to develop mandatory online scanning standards for tech companies. Tech giants will be forced to scan emails, online photo libraries,… Continue Reading →

Australians are Still Unaware of how much Data Facebook is Collecting.

TOTT News. Australia is ranked amongst the top ten countries which have no idea how their data is collected by Facebook. In April of 2018, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the social network collects data from people online even if they… Continue Reading →

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