1 year ago
TraceTogether: Not Easy to Verify the State’s Privacy Claims
Update as of May 7, 2020: Some of the content in this article is outdated. The ‘reference implementation’ of the BlueTrace protocol called OpenTrace has been […]
2 years ago
Press Release: Facebook Must be Independent from the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act to Safeguard Freedom of Speech
01/2019 For Immediate Release: 04/12/2019 DigitalReach urges Facebook to stay independent from the government of Singapore’s use of the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act […]
2 years ago
Freedom of Expression versus Disinformation: Don’t Allow the Latter to Happen in the Name of the First
Mark Zuckerberg’s latest stance refusing to fact-check political ads on Facebook has drawn significant criticism, even his own employees. He said that his decision is to […]
2 years ago
Lessons Learned from Data Breach in Southeast Asia: Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?
In 2019, two major data breach incidents happened at the regional level. One was Sephora, a well-known cosmetics retailer that has branches all over the world. […]
2 years ago
Flawed Step Forward: SIM Card Registration in the Deep South of #Thailand
What if you are told to give up your personal data otherwise you will not be able to use your phone to communicate? This is happening […]
September 23, 2019
Joint Press Release: The Governments Should Hold Lion Air Responsible over Recent Data Breach Affecting Millions Customers
For Immediate Release: 23/09/2019 Joint Press Release The Governments Should Hold Lion Air Responsible over Recent Data Breach Affecting Millions Customers DigitalReach and Southeast Asia Freedom […]
September 4, 2019
What is the (Real) Point of an Internet Shutdown?
On August 21, 2019, Indonesia ordered internet services to be temporarily blocked in Papua before partially lifting it on September 5, 2019. This incident followed similar […]