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Four EU states want big tech to pay tax on revenue Four EU members have proposed that big multinational technology companies like Apple and Google should pay taxes in Europe on their revenue, and not profits.
Best Buy pulls Kaspersky products from shelves American multinational consumer electronics corporation Best Buy has pulled products made by Kaspersky Lab from its shelves and is offering customers assistance if they want…
Kaspersky: Ex-NSA infosec expert asks FBI to put up or shut up Former NSA employee and information security expert Jake Williams has told the FBI to either provide proof to the public that Kaspersky Lab products are…
Lenovo pays US$3.5m to settle spyware suit Hardware vendor Lenovo has paid a sum of US$3.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the US Federal Trade Commission on behalf of 32…
C-suite execs cocky about data breach law compliance: survey Senior executives at companies with more than 500 employees in 11 countries appear to be somewhat casual in their approach to complying with requirements for…
EU judges say companies must tell workers if email monitored Employees must be told by companies if their corporate email accounts are being monitored, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.
Google fears monopoly talk spreading to US: sacked think-tank employee Any narrative about monopoly practices is deemed a threat by Google because it has just had to give in to the European Union on a…
Vivaldi chief claims Google pulled AdWords after criticism One of the people behind the Vivaldi and Opera browsers says Google suspended all his company's AdWords shortly after he voiced concerns about the data-gathering…
Two CBA directors to go as fallout continues over scandal Two longstanding directors of the scandal-hit Commonwealth Bank are vacating their board seats in what appears to be a fallout caused by the ongoing crisis.
Google 'pressured' reporter to pull search tactics story A former writer for Forbes claims Google used its power to force her to kill a story that was critical of the search behemoth's monopolistic…

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