Facebook’s lawyers have secured a victory over a German privacy group that wanted to force it to allow pseudonyms on the site.
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Moritz is a Munich-based IT-journalist with more than eight years of experience as an author under his belt.
From the day he brought home a modem and dialed in to a local BBS in 1991, Michael has been obsessed with technology and how it enables collaboration. He has a master's degree in journalism from UC Berkeley, and has worked in and around the technology start-up scenes in San Francisco and Berlin.
As part of our series of articles examining the 4G LTE landscape across Europe, ZDNet takes a look at how Germany's fourth-generation services are measuring up.
Google has notched up thousands of supporters in its ongoing copyright law battle in Germany, a battle that, should it lose, would see it forced to pay news sites for aggregating their content.
Audi recently demonstrated a car that can park itself without the need for a driver. But while the technology already exists to make autonomous cars a reality, it will be a long time before our vehicles will take over the driving.
Data protection authorities in one German state have threatened the fine if Facebook does not allow Germans to use the site without providing their real names.
Support for the use of a government-created Trojan to intercept the VoIP communications of suspected criminals appears to be on the wane - but it's far from dead.
The Austrian student group Europe-v-Facebook wants to go to court to force Facebook to do more to protect the data privacy of its users. To finance the legal battle, the group is turning to crowdfunding.
Daimler is known for its cars, but the company also wants to be known for its good work environment. Starting in 2013, employees can opt-in to have all email that arrives during their holiday deleted.
Prosecutors in Hamburg have decided not to press charges against Google over the collection of Wi-Fi data by its Street View cars.
Germany's federal IT security agency regularly releases guidelines aimed at helping users keep their PCs safe. To show what happens when good security policies are ignored, the federal agency let two differently configured systems be attacked and documented the results.