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Oscar Williams is a senior journalist at the New Statesman covering technology.
The cloud service provider Fastly suffered a technical problem that took down the websites of the UK government, the BBC and Reddit.
The Home Secretary has announced plans to monitor the number of people travelling in and out of the UK.
Hacking gangs say they're paring back their operations following the attack, but companies and infrastructure remain vulnerable to cyber crime.
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.
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.
The hugely popular social network is one of several tech firms facing legal scrutiny for monetising children's internet usage.
Citing security concerns, the EU is threatening to cut British scientists out of a key research programme. Are the concerns justified, or is this an act of Brexit-inspired retaliation?
Ministers have said that the vaccine is safe at all ages and that the decision was driven by "an abundance of caution".