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Privacy Law in the World

Privacy Law in the World

The Pakistani Telecommunications Authority has ordered all ISPs to inform authorities if individuals are using VPNs to browse the web.  This is a huge problem for individuals and businesses that regularly encrypt connections to protect sensitive data. Pakistan strictly regulates internet traffic – the country has previously banned the use of social networks such as Facebook in order to prevent the circulation of blasphemous material about the prophet Muhammad. Read more at The Guardian.

Daniela Alvarado

Daniela Alvarado is a 3L at Fordham Law and IPLJ’s very own Symposium Editor. She is an avid Central Park runner, enjoyer of West Coast sunshine, and internet troller. Daniela’s note on the first sale doctrine was published in IPLJ Volume XXII Book 4. She hopes to one day pursue a career involving technology and the law.