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Oscar Williams is editor of the New Statesman's sister site NSTech.
The debate over the Chinese tech giant largely ignores its participation in human rights abuses.
Several security experts have questioned whether it was as complex as the party first made out.
Though the company could take the financial hit, the damage it would do to its relationship with the US government is a price it is not prepared to pay.
New research shared with the New Statesman reveals how hackers launched nearly 1,600 fake WiFi networks in central London to spy on the public.
A survey of central London appears to show clusters of attacks around parliament and Whitehall.
“Snowden and Cambridge Analytica are the two big tech inflection points this decade,” says the company president as he publishes his first book.
Conspiracy theories have emerged around Dominic Cummings's request for data, but the truth is probably more prosaic.
Palantir, which is seeking to expand its work with the UK government, has become a lightning rod for unease about Silicon Valley’s role in the state sector.
British Airways received the biggest data protection fine in history, but hackers are still targeting hundreds of websites using the same techniques.
The Silicon Valley giants are spending billions developing AI, but they are also funding the people setting the technology’s most fundamental principles.