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2018/05/27 | Morley J Weston
Data, Propaganda and Cambridge Analytica in Taiwan
In Taiwan's open society, government and political groups have embraced the use of Facebook as a barometer of public sentiment.
2016/02/25 | TNL 編輯
New Surveillance Technology Applied To Enhance Urban Transportation Safety
An intelligent surveillance system is planned to be applied to urban transportation in Taiwan, which may reduce risks of anti-social actions.
2016/09/13 | Chublic Opinion
Sex, Lies and Wang Baoqiang
Inadvertently, by displaying his flawed marriage to millions of viewers, 'dumb root' poses a not so dumb ethical conundrum that proves challenging for a society constantly renegotiating the borderline between private autonomy and the collective purpose as a community.
2016/09/26 | Olivia Yang
PRC Authorities Allowed to Secretly Seize Social Media Data for Criminal Evidence
Big Brother: A new law in China allows law enforcement officials to seize 'digital data' for evidence in criminal cases. Opponents say the law is another serious threat to privacy and free speech.
2016/10/09 | The Japan Times
OPINION: Japan Expanding Scope of Wiretapping
The police are being handed expanded wiretapping powers. Where should the line be drawn to prevent such measures from going too far?
2017/03/24 | The Japan Times
Japan's Plans to Penalize Uncommitted Crimes
The potential law amendment will widen government surveillance of its citizens and is being questioned for intruding people’s privacy.
2018/05/22 | AsiaGlobal Online
Drones, Data and Preempting Epidemics
Data and technology is transforming epidemiology, but the field still has many unanswered ethical questions.
Taiwan and the GDPR: Are We Ready?
Taiwan will not be European regulators primary target when it comes to enforcing the GDPR.