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FCC Will Clarify Section 230 Rules on Content Moderation

The decision by the FCC to clarify the meaning of the Communications Act's Section 230 could affect the legal protections technology companies currently have regarding user-generated content.

Internet, Government, Disinformation

Sale of Corp.com Can Expose Corporate Data

Depending on who winds up buying corp.com, administrators with Active Directory in their networks may wind up with sensitive information unexpectedly leaving the network. Now is the time to check the configuration to make sure they are not using the domain internally.

Dns Security, Active Directory Domain Services, Internet

Contract for Web Can’t Fix Privacy Problems If Security Isn’t Included

As the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee proposed the [Contract for the Web](https://contractfortheweb.org/) as a way to address problems such as misinformation, mass surveillance and censorship online, but the list is not a realistic blueprint for action.

Internet, Privacy

A Sovereign Internet Will Not Combat Cybercrime

The United Nations General Assembly will vote on a Russia- and China-backed resolution that claims to give governments tools to fight cybercrime. What it will actually do if it becomes a treaty, is allow governments to establish a sovereign Internet where they have full control of their country's Internet and monitor all activities.

Internet, Government, Surveillance

Enterprises Lack Clear Security Guidance for 5G

Enterprises need guidance on how to get ready for 5G networks, but the current fear-mongering about Huawei doesn't give enterprises the information they need to make sure the applications are secure.

Networking, Wireless Security, Internet, 5g, Critical Infrastructure Security