Jonathan Keane is a freelance journalist based in Dublin, Ireland, covering the tech industry and regulation with bylines at CNBC, Forbes, and the Sunday Times.
How fears of the ‘antifa apocalypse’ set the stage for QAnon
The many lives of the Dancing Baby, cyberspace’s first cringe meme
The enduring footprint of one of TV’s first big companion podcasts
Twitter is global, and Elon Musk needs to factor that into his decisions.
On Apr 29, 2022 by Jonathan Keane
Activists and privacy experts still have major concerns about mass surveillance.
On Apr 10, 2022 by Jonathan Keane
Europe is fighting against facial recognition.
On Mar 25, 2022 by Jonathan Keane
Some in the EU aren't happy with the deal.
On Feb 10, 2018 by Jonathan Keane
The fate of a major U.S.–E.U. privacy pact hangs in the balance.
On Oct 22, 2017 by Jonathan Keane
The ghosts of 2016 are haunting Germany as voters head to the polls.
On Sep 20, 2017 by Jonathan Keane
Trump wants to put American first. But that could backfire on firms like Google and Intel.
On Jul 17, 2017 by Jonathan Keane
President Trump's decision to kill key FCC privacy rules adds further stress to the already strained U.S.–E.U. Privacy Shield agreement.
On Apr 17, 2017 by Jonathan Keane
The war over ad blockers is far from over.
On Aug 26, 2016 by Jonathan Keane
E.U. data protections are causing a rift between digital civil liberties groups.
On Jul 13, 2016 by Jonathan Keane
Switzerland sits outside the European Union, and that could make all the difference.
On Apr 19, 2016 by Jonathan Keane
Many Russians take for granted that their government is monitoring their Internet traffic. But a small group of activists is going to court to make the spying more difficult.
On Mar 20, 2016 by Jonathan Keane
Researchers say they've figured out how to make online voting as easy as ordering from Amazon.
On May 17, 2015 by Jonathan Keane
It's about time.
On Feb 25, 2015 by Jonathan Keane
Driverless cars can't escape hacking and insurance challenges.
On Feb 10, 2015 by Jonathan Keane