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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.
Despite its involvement in one of the worst miscarriages of justice in British history, the Japanese tech giant has reaped £2bn from the public sector over the last five years.
If the UK can take the lead on regulating emerging tech, its many well-funded start-ups could prosper.
The triumph of the Inuit Ataqatigiit party tells “dirty” mining to clean up its act.
Texan snowstorms have led to the closure of car production plants across the world. Could rising Arctic temperatures be to blame?
Telecoms experts are sceptical of MPs’ claims that the government’s delayed plan for gigabit internet is the biggest barrier to making the BBC online-only.
The US tech giants stand accused of co-opting EU legislation to reinforce their market power.
Plans for the launch of the Aria research agency have sparked tensions over the balance between independence and accountability.
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.