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Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are meeting data protection officials in Brussels to discuss how best to handle right to be forgotten requests.
EBay is facing a class action lawsuit over a security breach earlier this year which left customer data compromised.
Investors from failed Bitcoin exchange express anger following the first creditors meeting in Tokyo where questions remain unanswered over how US$500 million worth of the digital currency went missing.
Has the iPad and iPhone maker deliberately flouted Californian labor laws?
According to a lawyer close to the EU's investigation, the search giant's alleged complicity with the National Security Agency's surveillance of Europeans is a "factor" in the reopening of an antitrust case.
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In an ironic twist, Apple and Samsung, bitter patent foes, find themselves on the same side of a battle against Enterprise Systems Technologies, a patent troll.
The Italian data protection watchdog has brought in new regulations that will see Google forced to change how it collects, handles, and stores users' data.
Shushovan Hussain has filed a motion to challenge HP's settlement with its shareholders regarding its botched acquisition of the British software company.
It has been a record year for the Information Commissioner's Office in prosecutions and penalties, but the information age keeps piling on the pressure.
Microsoft has launched a form to allow Europeans to ask it to remove certain links from Bing search results.
However, Comcast does not endorse the "reclassification of broadband as a telecommunications service."
The Netherlands' government is proposing that all electronic communications should get the same level of privacy protection.
A website has been set up to list links Google has removed from search results following the European 'right to be forgotten' ruling.
The FCC is using a 17-year-old comments system to maintain a public record on the open internet debate. The agency's CIO acknowledged last week that an upgrade is in the works.