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The ongoing chaos that is the NSA story continues. Google, Microsoft, and Facebook try to get permission to tell the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. That doesn't work out so well, and all we get are aggregated numbers and more aggravation.
The search giant should be investigated by the UK tax authority HM Revenue and Customs over its approach to paying taxes in the UK, says a report by a parliamentary watchdog.
According to a report, the U.K. government allegedly bypassed international intelligence-sharing treaties by tapping into the NSA's reported PRISM network.
While the EU continues to plug its net neutrality plans, promising a 'full and open Internet on every device, on every network,' it doesn't include website blocking of allegedly copyright infringing sites.
Perhaps parliament's way of thinking is as decrepit as its computers.
It's been an interesting week in the world of government computing. This week's ZDNet Government Week-in-Review touches on some major stories including big privacy and Patriot Act news at the the FBI and DOJ.
Spying on U.K. users? Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo say no.
The UK government is spending billions on tech projects that are at risk of failure, warns a report by the Major Projects Authority.
The broadcasting company's tapeless digital archive project burned through taxpayer money and caused nothing but "chaos," according to a new report.
In response to U.S. Congressman allegations, European member state Ireland says it will not bow down and become America's "whipping boy."
Many small businesses struggle to cope with internet security and are refusing to trade online as a result.
Apple is under scrutiny in the U.S., and Google is facing the same treatment in the United Kingdom over tax avoidance.
Small- to medium-sized companies around London's Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch are failing to achieve their full potential as tech giants are snapping up the best talent, according to a recent report.
Cash from the Department of Health has been awarded to hospitals in England as part of an effort to help the NHS go paperless by 2018.