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WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, marking an end to the seven-year chapter of his political asylum.
The discovery of Israel election bots designed to give the illusion of support for prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of elections next week is the latest example of how cybersecurity has crossed over into the political realm, according to one cybersecurity expert.
In the latest move to improve its reputation, Facebook has announced that it is “making big changes to the way ads with political content work” in the run up to the European Parliament elections in May.
The European Parliament has passed Article 13 and Article 11, the controversial update to Europe’s copyright law, drawing widespread condemnation from technology experts and internet users.
Europe’s largest ever petition wasn’t enough to convince the European Parliament that its proposed Copyright Directive is a bad idea.
Earlier this month, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren unveiled her intentions regarding breaking up big tech companies to “restore the balance of power in our democracy, to promote competition, and to ensure that the next generation of technology innovation is as vibrant as the last.” if elected in the 2020 presidential election.
The European Commission has handed Google its third anti-trust fine in two years for “abusive practices in online advertising”.
The UK’s data watchdog has fined Vote Leave £40,000 for sending unlawful campaign texts during the 2016 Brexit referendum.
As a new millennium approached, businesses were left scrambling to update their systems and software as experts warned that many computers would be unable to function once the date rolled over from 1999 to 2000 due to conflicts in their code.
The United States has been keen to push an anti-Huawei rhetoric of late, but China could get its own back this evening as the state-run China Central Television (CCTV) prepares to air its annual consumer rights show.
Announced during a week of pivotal Brexit votes, it would be easy for this year’s Spring Statement from Phillip Hammond to be overlooked.
Just one of the many uncertainties surrounding the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU is the issue of mobile roaming charges.
Researchers have found evidence of far-right Twitter accounts using suspicious means such as bots to amplify pro-Brexit content, with a “significant” number originating from outside of the UK.
This is set to be a pivotal week for the UK and its departure from the European Union, not least for the tech industry, which is often hailed as a key part of the country’s post-Brexit strategy.
The House of Lords Communications Committee has published a report on regulating in a digital world, calling for big tech companies to be reined in.
Chinese authorities will no longer be allowed to require foreign companies to hand over intellectual property in exchange for selling products in the country.
Despite being formed only 15 days ago and having just 11 members, the Independent Group is making waves both on and offline.
Following the announcement that Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou will sue Canada over her arrest and pending extradition to the US, the Chinese telecommunication giant is now set to begin a separate lawsuit against the United States government.
Westminster has been rocked this week by the emergence of the breakaway Independent Group, but behind the political fallout has been another story: a potential data breach.
Although organisations may have initially reacted negatively to new data privacy regulations, as ensuring compliance with GDPR required a significant amount of time and financial resources, and often hiring new staff, new research suggests that nine months since its introduction businesses have warmed up to GDPR.
A no-deal Brexit could significantly jeopardise UK science and innovation research as unless the government takes action, almost half of one of the biggest funding sources, Horizon 2020, would vanish, according to a key House of Lords report.
UK data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined pro-Brexit campaign group Leave.EU and associated insurance company Eldon Insurance a combined £120,000 for breaching data protection laws during the Brexit referendum.
In the run up to Christmas last month, UK airports descended into chaos after reports of drones flying near to Gatwick Airport grounded over 1,000 flights and affected around 140,000 passengers.
Oracle Executive Vice President and General Counsel Dorian Daley has branded Google’s attempts to overturn a jury decision to side with Oracle in the long-running dispute over Google’s use of Java code in its Android operating system as a “fabricated concern about innovation”.
Google has announced that it will appeal a €50m fine levied by French data regulator CNIL.
The UK’s artificial intelligence (AI) industry is likely to suffer following Brexit, despite the government’s continued attempts to make it an area of strong future growth, according to a report on the Brexit tech impact.
Google has been slapped with a €50m (£44m) fine by the French data regulator CNIL for breaching data protection law in the EU under GDPR.
The Brexit process faces yet more turmoil as Parliament prepares to vote for or against Theresa May’s Conservative government.
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