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Beyond all the rhetoric and bluster, Brexit has made us into rule takers from everybody because we need foreign direct investment from everybody.
Newly appointed as chair of the FTC, the 32-year-old competition lawyer has become the face of America's “hipster antitrust” movement.
If you hand your GP data over to the British state there is no guarantee that it will be protected in the future.
A new investigation has revealed that the broadband sector's 2017 campaign to repeal net neutrality laws was underpinned by fraud.
The machine learning researcher discusses the response to his study highlighting the similarities between the funding of academic research by the two industries.
The company's Oversight Board has called on Facebook executives to decide for themselves whether to permanently ban the former president from the platform.
How the maverick US academic took on Silicon Valley.
Digital rights campaigners have called on the government to provide proof that it hasn’t made concessions in the legal battle.
The US tech giants stand accused of co-opting EU legislation to reinforce their market power.
Julie Burchill’s harassment of Ash Sarkar was enabled by an effective multi-billion dollar a year subsidy handed by nation states to Facebook and Twitter.
The author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism believes the expanding empire of technology behemoths poses an existential risk.