Workers at Amazon in Europe have walked out to protest against the company's employment conditions ahead of the company's Prime Day which began at midnight Australian time and runs for 36 hours.
Google is facing a steadily building backlash against its Glass devices, with a San Francisco-based journalist the latest Google Glass wearer to be phyiscally attacked for wearing the gadget.
The NBN is facing fresh controversy this time from Tasmanian contractors, who say they have lost millions of dollars after the federal government altered its rollout plans.
The ongoing tension between Silicon Valley's haves and have-nots came to a head yesterday when a group of rowdy protestors stopped a bus full of Google employees.
Australia's FTTP future is in serious doubt after a not-so-impressive turnout at Malcolm Turnbull's office for the NBN day of 'action' today.
Concerned about privacy intrusions by government and non-government agencies, Electronic Frontiers Australia has called a national day of action on Saturday 6 July.
The online social media accounts of popular satirical US news site The Onion seem to have been hacked by an activist Syrian group, known as the 'Syrian Electronic Army.'
Infamous hacker collective Anonymous has commandeered the website of Syria's Ministry of Defense, changing it to criticize the "brutal regime" of Bashar Al-Assad.
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