On 16 June 2009, the Italian Supreme Court made public a ruling recognising the right of the well-known plaintiff Cgt to obtain compensation for damages to his privacy and his right to image caused by the publication of photographs that had portrayed him in August 2009, in an intimate relationship with his partner Ca.El. in the park of (omissis), in the Municipality of (omissis). The ruling does not say whom Cgt and (although not a party to the proceedings) Ca. El. are because the protagonists of the affair had asked that their respective personal details not be disclosed. However, with patience, the mystery will be revealed at the end of the text, the (understandable) curiosity satisfied and the paradox of privacy revealed by Andrea Monti – Originally published in Italian on Strategikon – an Italian Tech Blog.
Facebook’s currency and the system for its peer-to-peer transfer once again confront States with their progressive loss of sovereignty and transfer individual wealth into the hands of a private entity in exchange for a ‘voucher’ by Andrea Monti initially published in Italian by Strategikon an Italian Tech Blog Continue reading “Novi and Diem’s True Face”
Google offers its VPN also to Italian users, and Apple is preparing to do the same with a similar service, as is – on the activist side – Mozilla. The security of individuals increases (perhaps), the sovereignty of the State decreases (indeed). Moreover, the cybersecurity agency can do nothing about it. The analysis of Andrea Monti, adjunct professor of Digital Law at the University of Chieti-Pescara – Initially published in Italian by Formiche.net
Teleperformance, one of the world’s largest companies offering call-centre services to Big Tech companies such as Amazon and Apple, has asked some employees working from Colombia to accept a change to their contract to allow cameras operated by artificial intelligence in their homes by Andrea Monti – Initially published in Italian by Strategikon, an Italian Tech Blog. Continue reading “In the connected World the Law does not work anymore. Citizen have no rights and Politics remains silent”
Apple recently announced its intention to scan the content of the devices of its millions of users for child pornography images, for now only in the United States of America. It has triggered a global debate of enormous magnitude. It is understandable but hardly acceptable. Continue reading “Apple and Child Pornography. The Nobility of the Goal does not justify the means”