Undeterred by EU fine, Google continues to play the victim Google has now been fined nearly US$8 billion by the European Union, but the company seems to be undeterred in its mission to muddy the…
Grand health data project likely to end in tears It's early days to be sure, but the Federal Government's latest showpiece, the My Health Record system, is already beginning to look like it will…
British fine on Facebook will only evoke cynical laughter Expectations that Facebook would be hit with anything remotely resembling meaningful fines over the Cambridge Analytica scandal have been dashed, with Britain's Information Commissioner’s Office…
When Google talks about privacy, one can't help but laugh When Google, the company that slurps up data from every possible device through its applications using every trick in the book to avoid scrutiny, writes…
Red Hat employees must ask firm to cancel NSA contracts Open source company Red Hat crossed the US$2 billion mark in annual revenue some time ago and indications are that the 24-year-old firm will soon…
Were we hacked or not? Weighty question, indeed. There are some similarities between the two Australian companies whose defences were breached recently: human resources outfit PageUp People and e-conveyancing platform PEXA.
PageUp should stop treating breach like a PR affair It has been nine days since the human resources software supplier PageUp People issued an update on the massive breach that it announced on 6…
If Optus Sport is free, does that mean the content is free too? What did Optus chief executive Allan Lew mean when he announced on Wednesday that Optus Sport would be free to all Australians until 31 August?…
Huawei: US spies appear to have no evidence to back claims As the Huawei issue builds towards a showdown in Australia, one thing has become abundantly clear: none of the American intelligence agencies have any evidence…
Fairfax fails to disclose Google ties in Unlockd yarn The circumstances surrounding the Australian start-up Unlockd, which was forced to go into administration recently because Google played hardball with it, are another good reason…

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