Google Gives Free Security Keys to Activists, But Not if You’re in Iran or Syria
Sources and a document show how Google bars nonprofits from telling activists in certain countries about their products.
New Data Gives Peek at European IMSI Catcher Exports
Data obtained through a Freedom of Information Act style-request shows Finnish companies exporting powerful surveillance technology to Mexico, Colombia, and the United Arab Emirates.
China's Demand for Cheese Is Skyrocketing Even If No One There Can Digest It
Now importing more than half a billion dollars worth of cheese every year, China is ready to embrace all the mozzarella and Cheddar you can fork over.
The Most Powerful Rabbis in the World Are Going After Whisky’s Kosher Status
The Chief Rabbinate of Israel has declared half of the Johnnie Walker Black Label imported into the country not kosher, while the other half is. But the whisky is identical.