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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.
Ciaran Martin, the ex-CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre, discusses the defence review, Beijing’s latest hack and politicians’ appetite for digital weapons.
As public perception of Big Tech shifts, politicians are developing competing models for the future of the internet.
Post-pandemic China is roaring back, but its new proposals on environment and Hong Kong should concern the West.
Through a series of acquisitions, professorships and industry partnerships, the university's computer science department has been drawn closer to the tech giant.
Uber, Lyft and other gig-economy firms have successfully coopted the legislation. But their efforts to hide behind Section 230 are beginning to unravel.
Washington and Brussels are preparing for a closer working relationship. But is there more that divides than unites them when it comes to Big Tech?
The Digital Services and Markets Act is the greatest regulatory threat that Big Tech has ever faced. But the industry is fighting back.