More than a third of data breaches are lost laptops The average data breach can cost anywhere between £84,000 and £3.8m, depending on how quickly it is discovered and the type of information lost, says...
China to make it compulsory to provide a facial scan when getting new phone numbers or internet access
The new rule will apply from December and will no doubt be used to support the country's draconian 'social credit' system
The reaction to an NBA coach's Hong Kong tweet proves why Huawei, ZTE and Alibaba Cloud can't be trusted
Tencent and TikTok appear to follow the Chinese government's line on censorship at home and abroad. Imagine what could be expected of Huawei, ZTE and Alibaba Cloud in the future
Some clips also show intimate moments of Cloud Cam users
Solid developer and inrupt advisor on progress with Berners-Lee's vision of re-decentralising the web.
Ex-Google staffer claims data stored in Google Docs and other G Suite apps isn't as private as users might think
G Suite domains lack end-to-end encryption and content can be scanned by Google for a variety of purposes, claims former employee