A U.S. federal district judge has upheld previous rulings, allowing the government to access Twitter accounts of Wikileaks' supporters.
Zack Whittaker reports on the latest technology news from the United Kingdom and Europe, served with buttered crumpets and a side of sarcasm.
Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET and CBS News. He is based in New York City.
"Tech City", based in East London, and the UK's equivalent to Silicon Valley, has been hailed a success by the prime minister, David Cameron.
Apple reportedly spoke to Siri's UK voice-over artist, who didn't even know he was, and asked him to 'keep quiet' about its secrets.
While BlackBerry sales continues to suffer across the U.S and Canada, the smartphone has found safe haven in the UK, of all places.
A U.S. film industry body will apply for more court orders to force other major web providers in the UK to block websites that infringe copyright.
With an ever-increasing number of businesses adopting social media, what are the more risky aspects companies and consumers need to be aware of?
An updated European directive will shake the cloud computing industry to the core, as lawmakers single out social networks as a prime target for change.
An updated European directive will patch the flaws in current laws, that enables the Patriot Act to access cloud-stored data on European citizens.
Most Britons believe the web should be limited in times of civil unrest. But not everybody agrees; particularly the younger generation.
The UK's home secretary spoke in Parliament today to propose that those who riot or commit disorder through means of social media, could face Twitter and Facebook bans.