No, the European Commission is not compelling online service providers to monitor communications. Well, not yet.

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I've seen a few comments saying words to the effect of "an amendment to the European directive on ePrivacy will require online service providers to monitor their users' communications". This is Read more

EncroChat, targeted equipment interference, and the Court of Appeal

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This is a quick comment on the Court of Appeal's judgment in the case of A and Ors, R v, relating to EncroChat. It is a comment on the judgment, and the way in which the Court applied the rules under Read more

"How to spy on my wife’s phone": an English law perspective on an article about stalkerware

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CW/TW: domestic abuse, and controlling behaviour WTF? I honestly can't believe I am writing this. Actually, scratch that. I can't believe that someone wrote the piece to which this blogpost is a Read more