Les propagandes anti-UE russe et des groupes terroristes islamistes alarmantes | Actualité | Parlement européen. La pression en matière de propagande subie par l'UE de la part de la Russie et des groupes terroristes islamistes est grandissante, avertissent les députés dans une résolution votée mercredi. La désinformation cherche à dénaturer la vérité, à inciter à la peur, à provoquer le doute et à diviser l'Union.
Pour contrer les campagnes anti-UE, les députés suggèrent de renforcer la petite équipe de "communication stratégique" de l'UE et d'investir davantage dans la sensibilisation et l'éducation. Un plus grand investissement dans les médias en ligne et locaux, le journalisme d'investigation et la maîtrise de l'information sont également des pistes suggérées par les députés. "J'ai été chargée de décrire la propagande à la fois d’acteurs étatiques et non étatiques. Nous avons noté de nombreuses transformations. La Russie cherche à diviser L’État islamique cible l'UE Connaissance de l'information La résolution a été adoptée par 304 voix en faveur, 179 contre et 208 abstentions.
Russian hacking aims to destabilise West, Michael Fallon says. Image copyright Getty Images Russia is carrying out a sustained campaign of cyber attacks targeting democracy and critical infrastructure in the West, UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has warned. Moscow hoped to destabilise governments, expand its influence and weaken Nato by "weaponising misinformation" he said. Sir Michael said Russian President Vladimir Putin had chosen to become a "strategic competitor" of the West. Moscow said the claims were unfounded. It came as UK Prime Minister Theresa May was preparing to press fellow Nato members to spend more on defence at an informal EU summit in Malta. Meanwhile MPs have warned that a skills shortage and "chaotic" handling of personal data breaches are undermining confidence in the UK government's ability to protect its own infrastructure and economy from cyber attacks.
May to press EU leaders over defence spending MPs question UK's cyber attack defences Image copyright PA "Russia is clearly testing Nato and the West. Macron ironise sur les rumeurs autour de sa double vie à Bobino. Réaction (8) Invité surprise d'un meeting de ses soutiens au théâtre Bobino, Emmanuel Macron a rendu coup pour coup à ses détracteurs, et a consenti à aborder les rumeurs sur sa vie privée pour les démentir formellement.
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Log In - New York Times. France fears that Russia is trying to push Marine Le Pen to victory – VICE News. France’s top intelligence agency fears that Russia is trying to sway the upcoming presidential elections in favor of far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. On Wednesday, the satirical weekly newspaper Le Canard Enchaîné reported that France’s Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) believes a disinformation campaign coordinated by the Kremlin threatens to undermine April’s election. The report suggests Russia will seek to help Le Pen’s chances by using bots to post millions of positive messages about the National Front candidate online. The agency also believes Russia may seek to upend Le Pen’s opponents by publishing their confidential emails. The allegations are being taken seriously, so much so that Le Canard claims the next defense meeting at the Élysée Palace will address this subject specifically. Neither the DGSE nor the Kremlin responded to a request from VICE News for comment on the allegations.
Haven’t we heard all this before? How would the campaign work? The battle to prevent hacking in the French elections. France Warns Russia To Stay Out Of Its Presidential Election. The French government warned the Kremlin not to interfere in its presidential vote after signs of a disinformation and hacking campaign against a rising candidate who is not sympathetic to Russia. OK, so when it comes to allegations of Russian meddling in politics, the United States might have something in common with France.
French police yesterday raided the offices of ultranationalist leader Marine Le Pen over alleged misuse of European Union funds. Le Pen is pro-Russian and that raid at her offices came as another rising French presidential candidate says his campaign is being targeted by Kremlin-supported media and hackers. As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, France is warning Russia not to interfere in its election, which is just three months away. ELEANOR BEARDSLEY, BYLINE: Until a few weeks ago, the two front-runners in the French presidential race were both pro-Russian. Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen has made no secret of her admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Marine Le Pen : la Russie pousserait sa candidature, selon la DGSE. French intelligence is scared Russia might interfere with upcoming presidential election – BGR. Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Russia is suspected of interfering with the democratic presidential election in a country that’s far from being an ally. France might be next after the United States, where hacks carried out by Russian intelligence are believed to have helped Trump secure his recent win. Russian covert operations, like hacking the Democrats and spreading compromising material, or promoting fake news on Facebook and other social networks to bolster Trump’s image, are also expected in France.
French site Le Canard Enchaîné reported on Wednesday that the country’s Directorate General for External Security (DGSE) believes that Russia will help far-right candidate Marine Le Pen using similar tactics. Bots are expected to flood the internet with millions of positive posts about Le Pen, and her opponents’ confidential emails will be leaked to the press. The issue is so severe, Foreign Policy notes, that it’ll be addressed in the next defense meeting with the French president.
Entre géants du Net, la bataille du cloud s’intensifie en Europe. Nouvelle législation européenne sur la protection des données | Actualité | Parlement européen. Le règlement met à jour et modernise les principes inscrits dans la directive de 1995 sur la protection des données afin de garantir le droit à la vie privée. Il se concentre sur les éléments suivants: renforcer les droits individuels et le marché intérieur de l'UE, garantir une mise en œuvre plus stricte des règles, faciliter les transferts internationaux de données à caractère personnel, et mettre en place des normes internationales de protection des données.
La réforme représente une étape essentielle pour renforcer les droits fondamentaux des citoyens à l'ère numérique et pour faciliter les échanges commerciaux en simplifiant les règles pour les entreprises. Grâce aux nouvelles règles, les citoyens peuvent davantage contrôler leurs données personnelles de la manière suivante: Le droit à l'oubli (article 17) Mieux contrôler les parties qui détiennent des données privées (article 7) Droit d'être informé dans un langage simple et clair (articles 12, 13 et 14) German privacy regulator fines three firms over U.S. data transfers. Bundesdatenschutzgesetz. The German Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG) is a Federal data protection act, that together with the data protection acts of the German federal states and other area-specific regulations, governs the exposure of personal data, which are manually processed or stored in IT systems.
Historical development 1960–1970 In the early 1960s, consideration for comprehensive data protection began in the United States and further developed with advancements in computer technology and its privacy risks. So a regulatory framework was needed to counteract the impairment of privacy in the processing of personal data. 1970–1990 In the year 1970, the federal state of Hessen passed the first national data protection law, which was also the first data protection law in the world. In 1971, the first draft bill was submitted for a federal data protection act. There were also significant changes the legal field. From 1990 The legal amendment Amendments I and III Amendment II 1.
Cloud Privacy, Cloud Data Privacy: Germany, EU | Blue Coat. Data privacy regulations in the European Union (EU) are among the strictest in the world. Each EU member state is required to have its own comprehensive privacy laws protecting individual rights against information collection and processing by the government and private entities. Among EU member states, Germany has one of the strongest policies. Germany’s Federal Data Protection Act is known as Bundesdatenschutzgesetz or BDSG, the laws were reformed significantly in 2009 to cover a range of data protection-related issues. The key principles of the 2009 amendments state: Organizations cannot collect any personally identifiable information without express permission from an individual (this includes obvious things like name and date of birth, as well as less obvious things like phone number, address, and computer IP address). The permission that an individual grants must specify how, where, how long, and for what purposes the data may be used.
Gigaom | Proposed: German cloud fortress for security-conscious shops. It almost seems tit for tat. Last week, a Deutsche Telekom (s DTE) exec publicly pushed for a German cloud that would be safe from U.S. snooping. His revelation came just weeks after the U.S Department of Justice sandbagged the proposed sale of Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile USA unit to AT&T (s t). Reinhard Clemens, CEO of Deutsche Telekom’s T-systems group, wants regulators to create a new certification to enable super-secure clouds to be built in Germany or elsewhere in Europe.
There’s much pent-up demand for such offerings among customers that don’t want to expose their data to U.S. government scrutiny, as the U.S. Patriot Act requires, he said. As Clemens told Bloomberg News: The Americans say that no matter what happens ‘I’ll release the data to the government if I’m forced to do so, from anywhere in the world’ … Certain German companies don’t want others to access their systems. (More on enabling transnational data flows.) Image courtesy of Flickr user mrpbps. Microsoft weighing German-only data center, report says. American cloud companies are in a pinch vis-à-vis European data sovereignty laws and a growing perception that people’s data needs to reside close to the people themselves. So it’s of note that Microsoft may put a new German-only data center in Germany, a country with even stronger data sovereignty laws than the European Union in general. Microsoft Germany CEO Christian Illek talked about the company’s thinking on a German-only data center, according to media reports in Tagesspeigel and Deutsche Welle picked up by Data Center Dynamics.
I contacted Microsoft for further detail or clarification and will update this when that comes in, but it’s a no-brainer that any big US-based cloud company would consider Germany as a priority site, since that is one of the biggest markets in Europe. Microsoft now hosts data centers in Ireland and the Netherlands. The competitive rationale is there. Sans titre. Transfer of Employees’ Personal Data from Germany to the United States under German Data Privacy Law | Stay Informed | K&L Gates. The IssueFollowing the ECJ’s decision in the “Schrems” case which has invalidated the Safe Harbor framework (click here for our firm’s recent alert on this matter) multinational corporations may now face profound privacy law related compliance issues in a multitude of jurisdictions. In the Schrems decision, the ECJ held that the widespread practice of U.S. companies to self-certify under the Safe Harbor standards in order to legitimize data transfers from EU companies to U.S. companies does not provide for an adequate level of data protection.
As a result the court held that the Safe Harbor principles are invalid and thus shattered the legal basis for the data transfer from countless EU entities to U.S. entities. In Germany, the transfer of employees’ personal data to U.S. group companies had already been a highly problematic and recurring issue in the past. After the ECJ’s decision, the magnitude of this issue has significantly increased. 10 things you need to know about the new EU data protection regulation | Security | Computerworld UK. Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus The first EU Data Protection Directive was written in 1995 but a new, stronger regulation is being developed to take into account vast technology changes of the last 20 years.
As with any regulation, the current draft could change. 1. The terms regulation and directive are often used interchangeably, but they are very different. 2. Under the directive, any data “by which an individual can be identified” was the sole responsibility of the data controller, ie the owner of this data. With the new regulations in mind, organisations should think about reviewing their third party contracts now. 3. Don’t let the terms ‘EU’ or ‘Europe’ fool you, the new regulation affects every global organisation that may have data on EU citizens and residents. 4. The regulation will allow users to claim damages in the instance of data loss as a result of unlawful processing, including collective redress, the equivalent of a US-style class action lawsuit. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Protection of personal data. In January 2012, the European Commission proposed a comprehensive reform of data protection rules in the EU.
On 4 May 2016, the official texts of the Regulation and the Directive have been published in the EU Official Journal in all the official languages. While the Regulation will enter into force on 24 May 2016, it shall apply from 25 May 2018. The Directive enters into force on 5 May 2016 and EU Member States have to transpose it into their national law by 6 May 2018. The objective of this new set of rules is to give citizens back control over of their personal data, and to simplify the regulatory environment for business.
Whenever you open a bank account, join a social networking website or book a flight online, you hand over vital personal information such as your name, address, and credit card number. What happens to this data? Under EU law, personal data can only be gathered legally under strict conditions, for a legitimate purpose. Privacy experts en. Amazon and Google Add More Cloud Data Centers Worldwide. When it comes to cloud data centers, more is clearly more. On Thursday, in a classic bit of counter-programming, Amazon Web Services said it will add another set of data centers near Paris next year. It already fields European facilities in Frankfurt and Dublin with another to come soon in the U.K. That tidbit surfaced just as Google goog , which is mounting an ambitious challenge to AWS and Microsoft Azure, said it is adding new cloud data centers in Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney, Sao Paolo, Finland, and Frankfurt, along with another U.S. facility in Northern Virginia all slated to come on line next year.
This news came just days after Microsoft msft announced its own cloud data center expansion, by opening two previously announced German data center facilities in Magdeburg and Frankfurt. These data center farms are packed with tens (or hundreds) of thousands of servers and storage gear that companies can rent to perform computing tasks and store data. For more on Amazon, watch: Google va installer son Cloud dans trois nouveaux pays d’Europe. Protection des données et cloud.