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A serious cyberattack has happened on a political party – an argument over how Labour describes it is pointless.
British Airways received the biggest data protection fine in history, but hackers are still targeting hundreds of websites using the same techniques.
The world’s largest supplier of telecoms equipment has become the focal point of a trade war, multiple diplomatic incidents and accusations of espionage and repression.
The Huawei leaks have split the Conservative cabinet – but banning the firm would have pushed back the launch of 5G in the UK by several years.
Scammers are using the delivery service to clear out bank accounts, and the company’s response may be in breach of GDPR regulations.
In a report released late last night, the social media giant took some responsibility for incitement of violence over the last two years.
In order to sharpen your argument, you need to know what people are actually angry about.
The notorious data analytics firm is simply relaunching under a new brand.
44 senators with an average age of 62 questioned the Facebook CEO yesterday.
That Facebook data was harnessed to influence elections shows why I’ve been calling for data protection reforms since 2012.
Given its “Do No Evil” motto, Google’s decision to work with the world’s most robust military agency may seem surprising.