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To curb the abuse of a controversial digital law, the Indian Supreme Court said that only high-ranking police officers can approve the arrest of citizens who publish "objectionable" online comments, including Facebook posts or "likes".
The Fair Trade Commission has held on-site inspections and collected documents from the headquarters of the operator of popular portal, Naver, to investigate accusations of unfair business practices.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission censored a website it alleges was part of a scam — plus 1,200 others as collateral damage. An apology is nowhere near enough.
A study commissioned last summer to find how to protect France's "exception culturelle" in the online era has delivered its verdict - and it's generating its fair share of criticism already.
European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht is looking to raise support from other members within the European Commission to look into alleged unfair trade practices from Chinese telecom equipment makers.
The EU has been on Apple's case against its "unlawful" warranty practices. A new report suggests the iPhone and iPad maker may switch to a subscription-based model.
Cybercriminals hacked into the systems of two Indian debit card payment processing companies in order to manipulate accounts and make off with millions of dollars.
A new "Open Data Policy" aims to require all new government data to be made available in open, machine-readable formats.
Microsoft has had trouble getting people to use its Windows Phone operating systems, however, it might make as much as $3.4 billion on Android phones.
The latest Internet downtime in Syria represents a depressing pattern in the war-torn region, according to Internet research firm Renesys.
Cyber warfare takes center stage in Syria once again as traffic from the country seems to have dropped off the charts.
Destinations such as Singapore, Malaysia or Hong Kong need to seize the opportunity of being deemed an acceptable data transfer partner with the European Union in order to get ahead of the competition.
Accused of pocketing US$33 million of company funds, the promoters of Zenith Infotech have challenged a trading ban ordered by the Securities and Exchange Board of India .
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Latin America is reportedly the new hot target for cyber criminals -- especially when it comes to illegally tapping into government, finance or energy agencies.