Support for the policy crosses party lines across Labour and Conservative voters
Allowing enforcement of Oracle's copyright would risk harm to the public, the court rules
Why do we need vaccine passports?
The charges apply to attacks Kottman allegedly committed in 2019, before the Verkada hack
The CMA says it will examine whether Apple's terms and conditions for app developers are forcing users to spend more money for apps and add-ons
Facebook says it will invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years
A lack of IP protection could make Zoom's success short-lived, says Nick Wallin
Around 140,000 customers overpaid, according to Ofcom
Facebook has voiced similar concerns over the proposed code of conduct for tech giants in Australia
The ICO says such acts could lead to a prison sentence for those responsible
Watchdog lacks teeth: 68 per cent of fines issued since January 2019 haven't been paid
Thomas Moyer offered 200 free iPads to officers in exchange for special gun permits for Apple employees
Scheme involved paying bribes to Amazon employees to gain unfair competitive advantage worth more than $100 million on Amazon's third-party platform
Charlotte Allery, Employment Solicitor in the Technology Sector at Coffin Mew, argues that the government must do more to promote diversity in the technology industry
The companies have been given five working days to come up with new proposals
OCED plan could see Google, Facebook, eBay and Apple paying more tax
US prosecutors take sides against Huawei in ongoing dispute between tech companies
Legal expert warns industry to remember the law as it applies to AI, especially GDPR
The electric auto maker really needed a win after several months of "production hell"
Kim Dotcom wins £45,000 in damages for, among other things, "loss of dignity and injury to feelings"
The Megaupload founder and entrepreneur is seeking reparations from the New Zealand government
Google plans to go back into China after renouncing 'Do no evil' motto?
Google spin-off Waymo has dropped some, but not all, of its lawsuits relating to ex-employee Anthony Levandowski
Google claims that Levandowski took as many as 14,000 documents when he left the company