Governments around the world increasingly rely on IT to become more efficient.
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Transparency is already one of the biggest buzzwords of 2014.
The Indian government is opening tenders for production of the fourth generation of its educational Aakash tablet.
The new Australian government has had a draft discussion paper prepared on the controversial Section 313 powers granted to government agencies to force ISPs to block websites, but it has not acted on it since the election.
State-sponsored surveillance and repression should not be your concern. Social networks, providers and employers you trust to safeguard your data and livelihood is what worries me most.
A Google legal director pointed to a more "worrying trend," which she specified was the number of removal requests related to political content.
Net neutrality regulations also "not recommended" by Monopolies Commission report.
Klikon Solutions claims 100 percent ownership and will honour existing contracts.
The General Assembly of the United Nations has unanimously passed a resolution that affirms the same rights in the online and offline realms.
The IT Office of the Department of Science and Technology has unveilled updates on some of its projects, including the much-awaited online payment system called 'PhPay'.
In wake of the Snowden leaks, concerns about data security and privacy have risen sharply.
In another measure against possible terrorist attacks, the Indian government is launching an Internet spy system capable of detecting words in a matter of seconds across social media and online messages.
Coming from a history of nepotism and overpaid contractors, three IT industry experts have been appointed to Victoria's IT services provider to turn things around.
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Under Horizon 2020, the EC is investing $8.5 billion in long-term research and development in eight technology areas where Europe wants to be able to compete in global markets. These include 5G networking, photonics, and robotics.
A budget amendment could force any online firm operating in Italy to set up a taxable entity in the country, but opinion is divided on whether it will fill the country's coffers – or even pass EU scrutiny.