15 April 2017 — SumOfUs
We’re holding a webinar on how to stay secure online.
Join us live to learn how to keep your personal data safe.
Under the guise of counter-terrorism, the British government last year introduced the Investigatory Powers Act (aka the Snoopers Charter) — granting itself the most far-reaching surveillance powers of any modern democratic government.
With the ability to indiscriminately record and monitor the internet use of the entire population, the bill also requires private Internet Service Providers to store our data for up to a year.
Join me live at 11am on Thursday April 27th, where I will be joined by Senior Developer Omar Sahyoun for a webinar on what we can do to protect ourselves from these measures, and keep our data safe and secure online.
Register for our webinar on staying secure online, 11am Thursday 27th April.
See you there!
What is the Investigatory Powers Bill and what does it mean for my privacy?, The Telegraph, 29 November 2016
How can I protect myself from government snoopers?, The Guardian, 24 November 2016