Governement-IT

NSO Ordered To Hand Over Spyware Code To WhatsApp

US Judge orders spyware firm NSO Group to hand over Pegasus code to Meta's WhatsApp as part of the ongoing…

18 hours ago

US SEC Investigates If OpenAI Investors Were Misled – Report

Financial regulator examines internal comms of CEO Sam Altman, after his shock firing for not being “consistently candid in communications”

2 days ago

President Biden To Plug US Data Transfers To China, Russia Etc

US President issues executive order to protect Americans’ sensitive personal data from being transferred to hostile nation states

3 days ago

TSMC Opens First Factory In Japan

Taiwanese chip giant TSMC celebrates opening of first Japanese factory, in key step in global expansion plans

4 days ago

United States Suspends Exports To China’s Top Chipmaker SMIC – Report

After SMIC produced sophisticated chip for Huawei's Mate 60 Pro phone, US suspends export permissions to the firm

1 week ago

X Briefly Suspends Account Of Alexei Navalny’s Widow

Yulia Navalnaya had her account on Elon Musk's X briefly suspended, as she pleads with Kremlin to release husband's body

1 week ago

US House Forms AI Task Force As Legislation Stalls

US House of Representatives leaders form bipartisan AI task force amidst stalled efforts to regulate fast-growing technology

2 weeks ago

China Offers Public Security Support For Tech Ally Hungary

China seeks to extend Hungary trade ties into public security, in unusual move for NATO and EU member that already…

2 weeks ago

Australian Parliament Calls For Return Of Julian Assange

Call for the UK and US to return Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who remains in Belmarsh prison amid US extradition…

2 weeks ago

Microsoft, OpenAI Catch China, Russia Using AI Tools For Hacking

Nation-state hackers from China, Russia, North Korea and Iran have been identified by Microsoft and OpenAI, using AI tools for…

2 weeks ago

Apple, Microsoft Win Exemption From EU Gatekeeper Designation

Apple's iMessage and Microsoft Bing win exemption that would subjected those services to Europe's tough DMA rules

3 weeks ago

Starlink Not Used By Russian Troops, Says Moscow

Kremlin denies Ukraine claim that Elon Musk's Starlink is being used by Russian troops in occupied territories

3 weeks ago

French Prosecutors Raid Huawei Office

Huawei says it is fully co-operating, after its French offices were searched last week as part of probe by financial…

3 weeks ago

Meta Removes Facebook, Instagram Accounts Of Iran’s Supreme Leader

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has his Facebook and Instagram accounts permanently removed by Meta

3 weeks ago

US To Invest $5 Billion In Semiconductor Research

White House confirms $5 billion from US Chips and Science Act will be used for semiconductor research and development

3 weeks ago

Big Names Join President Biden’s ‘AI Safety Institute Consortium’

AI giants as well as many other businesses and organisations have join President Biden's AI Safety Institute Consortium

3 weeks ago

NCSC Warns Of ‘Living Off The Land’ Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure

“Living off the land” attacks, where hackers are camouflaged within internal networks, pose national security risk for critical infrastructure

3 weeks ago

Labour Would Bring In Mandatory AI Safety Testing

Labour would make it 'statutory' for tech companies to carry out AI safety tests and share results with government, replacing…

4 weeks ago

Lords: UK Risks Missing Out On AI ‘Goldrush’

House of Lords committee warns government's focus on AI safety could mean missing out on new tech 'golddrush'

4 weeks ago

Third Of European Businesses Have Adopted AI, Says AWS

AWS finds AI already adopted at sizeable number of European businesses, resulting in increased revenues, productivity

4 weeks ago

Mark Zuckerberg Apologises To Parents At Senate Hearing

CEOs of Meta, TikTok, X and other platforms appear before Senate Judiciary Committee to discuss online protections for children

4 weeks ago

Apple Warns UK Against Instituting ‘Secret Veto’ On Security Tech

Amendments to Investigatory Powers Act amount to 'secret veto' enabling UK government to block new security features worldwide, Apple argues

1 month ago

TSMC Further Delays $40 Billion Arizona Chip Fab

Chip manufacturing giant TSMC confirms arrival of second factory in Arizona will be delayed, amid US incentive review

1 month ago

Amazon Ring Halts Controversial Police Video-Sharing Program

Ring confirmed it is 'sunsetting' its Request for Assistance (RFA) tool that allowed police to request doorbell footage

1 month ago

HP Enterprise Hacked By Suspected Russian Hackers

Regulatory filing by Hewlett Packard Enterprise reveals suspected state-backed Russian hackers breached its cloud email system

1 month ago

NCSC Warns AI Already Being Used By Ransomware Hackers

Ransomware threat set to increase with the advent of artificial intelligence, warns the UK's cyber guardian

1 month ago

Spotify To Begin In-App Purchases On iPhone

As new EU law nears, Spotify says it will update iPhone app to allow users in-app to buy subscriptions, audiobooks

1 month ago

Google To Invest $1 Billion To Build UK Data Centre

New data centre for Alphabet's Google to be constructed in Hertfordshire to meet demand for AI and cloud services

1 month ago

GCHQ Releases Unseen Photos Of WW2 Colossus Computer

Unseen pictures of Colossus, considered the world's first digital computer, released to public by UK intelligence agency

1 month ago