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The IoT opens up new pathways for hackers. Are new laws needed to protect consumers and to govern disclosure of data breaches?
Ride-sharing firm Uber firm is accused of using "secret" software that lets it operate in regions where its service is banned or restricted.
The "live" surveillance of British web users' internet communications is proposed in a draft technical paper prepared by the UK government.
The former NSA contractor has been living in Russia since 2013, after leaking thousands of classified intelligence documents and fleeing the US.
Although we live in a world where data transfer is easier from a technical standpoint, location is increasingly important from a legal perspective.
Unlike conventional conflict, there are no rules of play for cyber attacks. Is it time countries started talking about this nascent form of warfare?
The FBI wants an international agreement between governments to ease fears about IT products with government-mandated backdoors.
Facebook is at risk of prosecution in Britain for refusing to remove potentially illegal terrorist and child pornography content.
US judge orders Google to provide information on any internet user found to have searched for one of four variations of a fraud victim’s name.
Should technology companies like Faceboook & Twitter take any editorial responsibility for the media they distribute on their platforms?