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Hushmail DNS incident
>> April 2004 - Cyber-Rights.Net Team

Access problems (24-27 April, 2005) - See for further information the Hush System Status pages. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and we would like to thank you for your patience.

Cyber-Rights.Net gets a Face Lift!
>> April 2004 - Cyber-Rights.Net Team

In April 2005, Cyber-Rights.Net has been re-launched with its new web design. The updated pages will offer better accessibility and more information about the services offered by Cyber-Rights.Net. In case you experience any issues with the new version, the original site is still available (removed 12/05).

Security Notice - Virus/Trojan Warning - March 2004
>> March 2004 - Cyber-Rights.Net Team

Note that some users may receive email containing the following text or similar text. Please note that this email does not originate from Cyber-Rights.Net Admin nor from Hushmail! While viewing this email through the Cyber-Rights.Net webmail interface is harmless, downloading and running the accompanying attachment will infect your computer! Filters will soon be in place to prevent this email from being delivered to your account:

Subject Notify about using the e-mail account.
Attachment: 17016 bytes

Dear user of, Your e-mail account will be disabled because of improper using in next three days, if you are still wishing to use it, please, resign your account information. For further details see the attach. Attached file protected with the password for security reasons. Password is 51831. Kind regards,

Cyber-Rights.Net Messenger Launched!
>> 10th January 2004 - Walker, C., & Akdeniz, Y.

Cyber-Rights.Net Messenger based upon the popular Hush Messenger system is the latest addition to the Hush family of secure communication services, and is currently free to download and use!

Anti-Terrorism laws and data retention: war is over?
>> 10th January 2004 - Walker, C., & Akdeniz, Y.

The Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 signals a determined response to the attacks of September 11th. One aspect involves the facilitation of the use of electronic surveillance in order to prevent, detect or prosecute the perpetrators of terrorism. The role of Part XI of the 2001 Act is to augment existing surveillance powers in the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. This papers plots the relationships between those two statutes and also their relationship to data protection laws. Delays and difficulties in enforcement are noted and are related to a process of return to greater normality after an initial period of panic.

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