Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

4 March 2021
Citizens remain offline without access to independent sources of information as Uganda announces election results; real-time network data show national internet connectivity hovering at just 13% of ordinary levels
The European Union's drug regulator said that COVID19 vaccine documents stolen from its servers by hackers have been not only leaked to the web, but "manipulated"
TechCrunch: "EMA warns over doctored COVID19 vaccine data hacked and leaked online"
Twitter suspends, at the request of police in Colombia, accounts linked to FARC dissidents. Action targets @IvanMarquezFarc, @SMarquetalia and @JSantrich_FARC
WhatsApp is postponing the amendment of the application's terms of service after user protests
Mirroring developments in the U.S., Iraqi Shiite militia leaders have lodged formal complaints with the Iraqi government that major U.S.-based social media platforms are unfairly "blocking or banning" the accounts of their supporters for posting pro-militia content
Signal: Signal is experiencing technical difficulties. We are working hard to restore service as quickly as possible
Roskomnadzor demanded from Google to resume access to YouTube of the Akhmat football club1 month ago
Roskomnadzor demanded from Google to resume access to YouTube of the Akhmat football club
1 month ago
Amazon Web Services (AWS), the largest provider of on-demand software services and cloud computing power, has formally announced the launch of an Amazon CouldFront Edge site in Athens, uniting Greece and Southeast Europe on the AWS global network
Anti-gov't website blocked on national security grounds acquires new domain amid fears of further internet censorship in Hong Kong1 month ago
Anti-gov't website blocked on national security grounds acquires new domain amid fears of further internet censorship in Hong Kong
Xiaomi Corp - confirms that it is not owned, controlled or affiliated with Chinese military
1 month ago
Reuters: "NZ central bank says cyberattack resulted in 'significant data breach' - Reuters"
It's now 6 pm in Uganda where vote counting is under way amidst a national information blackout. Real-time network data show internet connectivity at just 12% of ordinary levels, with poll results expected in 48 hours
1 month ago
Hong Kong Broadband Network admits it blocked HK Chronicles website under national security law
Executive order from @POTUS amending EO 13959 - "The Threat from Securities Investments That Finance Communist Chinese Military Companies
Snapchat will permanently ban President Trump's account on Jan. 20, Axios has learned, after locking it indefinitely last week following the Capitol siege
Parler may never get back online, CEO John Matze tells @Reuters
Parler reportedly moves to Epik, a domain registrar known for hosting far-right extremist content
1 month ago
Germany: Police-led operation dismantled the world's largest 'darknet' market, which alleged Australian admin proposed to facilitate the sale of drugs, stolen credit card data and malware
Trump considers the ban imposed by social media platforms a "catastrophic mistake"
Social media and messaging restricted in Uganda as authorities impose internet gag order for elections; data show Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Snapchat, Skype, Viber and some Google and Telegram servers impacted
Twitter suspends 70,000 accounts linked to pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy
1 month ago
Hong Kong Police Use National Security Law to Block Site Chronicling 2019 Protests
FBI probes Russian-linked postcard sent to FireEye CEO after cybersecurity firm uncovered hack - sources
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said today that FB took down stopthesteal and yet: "Stop The Steal" Groups Are Still Flourishing On Facebook
Reaction from incoming head of the Senate Intelligence Committee @MarkWarner to the new sanctions vs Russian-liked network for Election2020 meddling "We saw Russian entities seed or amplify dangerous narratives that gained significant traction in far-right media
Parler sues Amazon for antitrust violation, breach of contract and unlawful business interference. Asks federal judge to order Amazon to reinstate the platform
Parler social media app appears to be down for some users on web browsers
Parler CEO announces their entire system has been shut down, no vendors will touch them, and that will be offline for the foreseeable future
Parler will be deplatformed from AWS at 11:59 pm Pacific time on Sunday for what Amazon told it was repeated examples of violent rhetoric and incitement. Amazon told Parler that it flagged 98 examples of this type of content and that it will no longer host Parler's website
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