Schrems 'pretty much done with waiting' for a resolution to the Facebook privacy case after seven years and five court cases
The government has already told telecom firms they should not purchase 5G equipment from Huawei, from the end of this year
Evaluating open source projects and repositories is a time-consuming and unreliable process that can be greatly improved by an intelligent platform approach
Human rights advocates are, however, concerned about possible privacy breaches
The Cloud Act in the US could make it easier for British authorities to access users' data during investigations
Google will do to Google News in the EU what it did to Google News in Spain in 2014, company warns
Amendments to EU copyright proposals welcome but insufficient, say IP experts ahead of Wednesday's vote
Academics welcome removal of upload filters and exemption of platforms like Wikipedia, but say it 'misses the opportunity to strengthen the position of creators sustainably'
Fierce lobbying sets artists and publishers against free speech activists and the tech industry, with the vote too close to call
UK tech sector relies on EU market access and labour, warns CBI
HPE Aruba joins initiative to get free Wi-Fi rolled out across Europe
1,000 companies and 140,000 jobs hang on the Prime Minister's high-wire balancing act in Tokyo.
Centre would be focused on certifying tech products, similar to EU labels for energy efficiency