#AxisOfEasy 287: Google Blocks Percentage Of Canadian Users From Accessing The News Online In Light Of Canadian Bill C-18

February 28, 2023

Google blocks percentage of Canadian users from accessing the news online in light of Canadian bill C-18
The case for adopting DNSSEC, and why it’s so unpopular,
Mark Jeftovic on Red Jacket Capital podcast: “Buying Bitcoin is like buying the whole internet in 1990”
… this and more in AofE #287


#AxisOfEasy 286: Do The Secrecy Provisions Of The Cybersecurity Bill Go Too Far?

February 22, 2023

Do the Secrecy Provisions of the Cybersecurity Bill Go Too Far?
TikTok “Focused View” Promises Emotion Tracking to Advertisers,
Apple Releases iOS 16.3.1 Update to Fix Critical Security Flaws … this and more in AofE #286


#AxisOfEasy 285: Indigo Is The Latest Victim Of A String Of Cyber Attacks On Canadian Companies

February 14, 2023

Indigo is the latest victim of a string of cyber attacks on Canadian companies,
Financial Sanctions Implemented Against Trickbot Operators by US and UK Governments,
Bing Gains a ChatGPT Boost in Reignited Battle of the Search Engines… this and more in AofE #285


#AxisOfEasy 284: Canada’s ‘Cybersecurity’ Bill Is A Dangerous Overreach

February 7, 2023

Canada’s ‘cybersecurity’ bill is a dangerous overreach,
IT Pros Sound Alarm: ChatGPT Threat Looms Over Cybersecurity,
Latest of 8 Cyberattacks on T-Mobile Wireless Carrier Exposes Customers’ Personal and Account Information … this and more in AofE #284


#AxisOfEasy 283: GoTo’s Data Breach Is Even Worse Than Previously Thought

January 31, 2023

GoTo’s data breach is even worse than previously thought
Social Networking Giant Meta Sues Surveillance Firm Voyager Labs for Unlawful Data Scraping
North Korean Cyber Criminal Group Diversifies Tactics in Illicit Revenue Generation…. this and more in AofE #283


#AxisOfEasy 282: California’s Unprecedented Data Breach Highlights Need For Privacy In Public Safety

January 24, 2023

California’s unprecedented data breach highlights need for privacy In public safety,
Apple’s scanning: Consent from current & future iPhone owners required by law,
New BackdoorDiplomacy attacks on Iranian government entities…. this and more in AofE #282




Mark E. Jeftovic

Mark is the co-founder of easyDNS and the editor-in-chief of #AxisOfEasy. He is the author of Managing Mission Critical Domains & DNS (Packt UK, 2018) and Unassailable: Protect Yourself from Deplatform Attacks & Cancel Culture. 


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