According to research, 44 per cent of large corporations in the United States now pay someone to monitor and snoop on what's in the company's outgoing mail.
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The European Commission is once again opening an antitrust investigation into the ebook market, and this time it's putting Amazon under the microscope.
The company filing the most patents in Europe isn't in fact a European business, according to the continent's patent watchdog.
The search engine has rejected an order by the French data protection watchdog to apply the right to be forgotten to all its domains, including those outside Europe.
Reseach has found the overwhelming majority of delisting requests come from private citizens, not public figures. Google disputes the numbers, however.
Google has launched a form where those who want the search giant to stop linking to outdated information about them can file their request.
A group of hundreds of Europe's publishing houses have asked the European Commission to throw out Google's suggested antitrust remedies, saying they're beyond all hope of repair.
It looks like Google won't be held responsible for material it links to, following an opinion from a key advisor to the European Court of Justice.
The handset maker turned over the second-quarter payment for the use of patents related to one flavor of 3G technology.
The French data protection authority has put Google on notice that the 'right to be forgotten' isn't just for Europe.