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Oscar Williams is the editor of the New Statesman's technology site, NS Tech.
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
A New Statesman survey of business leaders, for a special issue of the magazine, shows the potentially devastating economic consequences of the Covid-19 crisis.
Palantir has built technology systems for the US intelligence, military and immigration agencies; a new deal could give it a lasting presence in the National Health Service.
IBM and Amazon been applauded for moving out of a market many regard as immoral. But is this real change?
Though Mark Zuckerberg faces an unprecedented employee revolt, he fears retaliation by the president.
The data-mining company Palantir is one of several businesses that has been enlisted to build the Covid-19 “data store” conceived by NHSX.
The coronavirus crisis has created a range of new attack surfaces.
A new wave of cyberattacks has been linked to Russia, Iran and China, but these are not the only countries engaged in virus-related espionage.