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Judge Approves US Searches Of Passenger Electronic Devices

US border agents only need “reasonable suspicion” and no search warrant to search travellers’ smartphones and laptops

4 days ago

Morrisons Tells Supreme Court It Is Not Liable For Breach

Not our fault. Supermarket tells Supreme Court it was not liable for 2014 hack of staff payroll data

1 week ago

Uber Still Using Waymo Technology

Uber found to still be using self-driving tech from Waymo, meaning a licensing deal between the two, or expensive redevelopment

1 week ago

Oracle Appeals Pentagon JEDI Contract Exclusion

'JEDI suffers from corruption of a high order' thunders Oracle as it appeals lower court ruling over its exclusion from…

1 week ago

Canada Denies Sharing Huawei CFO’s Device Data With FBI

No data abuse by the Mounties. Canada insists it did not share data from Huawei CFO Wanzhou’s devices with the…

2 weeks ago

Facebook Marketplace Under Scrutiny From European Commission – Report

Facebook's online marketplace is reportedly being looked at Europe's competition watchdog

2 weeks ago

Facebook Agrees To Pay ICO Cambridge Analytica Fine

“That will be £500,000” please Mr Zuckerberg”, as ICO reveals Facebook has agreed to pay Cambridge Analytica fine

3 weeks ago

WhatsApp Sues NSO For ‘Advanced’ Surveillance Hack Claim

Facebook division files lawsuit against NSO Group, because of alleged surveillance tool exploit

3 weeks ago

Adobe Restores Services For Venezuela

Software giant Adobe gives users in Venezuela three months free after reaching agreement with the US government

3 weeks ago

GlobalFoundries And TSMC Settle Patent Infringement Differences

Kiss and make up. Legal hostilities between GlobalFoundries and TSMC have been settled

3 weeks ago