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Facebook will afford EU privacy cover only to 30% of users Facebook does not appear to have changed its attitude to user privacy in any way despite all its recent troubles, with the company having decided…
Google removes feature that helps avoid Net censorship Google has thrown a spanner into the works of developers who have been using domain-fronting in the Google App Engine to avoid Internet censorship by…
Russian bid to block Telegram leads to mass IP blocking Russia's efforts to block the messaging app Telegram, after the country's authorities imposed a ban on the app, are proving more difficult than first thought,…
Briton wins right to be forgotten by Google Two British businessmen have had contrasting outcomes in their bids to underline their right to be forgotten by Google, with one winning a case in…
Gambling ad rules under scrutiny by ACMA New rules to restrict gambling advertising during live streamed sport are under consideration by the communications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority, which has…
Google staff protest involvement in Pentagon drone project Rank and file workers at Google, including a number of senior engineers, have submitted a letter to senior management to protest against a decision to…
Oracle wins appeal against Google in Android copyright case Database giant Oracle has won an appeal against Google in a long-running case, with a court reversing a verdict that had found Google's use of…
EU competition czar holds out threat of breaking up Google The European Union has raised the prospect that it may consider breaking up Google into a number of smaller units, saying it harbours "grave suspicions"…
Best Buy to stop selling Huawei phones: report Chinese telecommunications provider Huawei is facing another setback in the US, with the multinational electronics corporation Best Buy deciding to take its phones off their…

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