Social media platform has begun labelling media outlets it deems to be state-controlled, including China's Xinhua News and Russia's Sputnik, which it assesses based on various factors such as government influence and ownership.
With half a million downloads and a controversy over its sexist icons, Italy's Immuni is out.
The funding will come through the federal government's Budget 2020 and the COVID Response and Recovery Fund.
Germany is notoriously picky about digital privacy, but official warnings over video meetings have just sown confusion.
First two attempts failed citing security concerns. This time, the DOD is woefully behind on its own implementation plan.
US federal agencies reported 28,581 cyber-security incidents in 2019, down by 8% from 31,107 in 2018.
StopCovid launches tomorrow, and it will not use the API put forward by Apple and Google.
Foremski's Take: An executive order from the White House challenges the legal protections for the content published by social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram
After a much-hyped debut, the excitement around the UK's coronavirus contact-tracing app has dipped. What happened?
In Switzerland, the SwissCovid app has launched as a pilot to try and contain the spread of the virus.
Issues such as lack of connectivity among the poorest populations have become evident during the crisis, according to new research.
New changes reinstate the original schedule with rules set to go live in August this year.
The Ministry of Health portal and websites relating to the coronavirus pandemic have migrated to an environment operated by Embratel.
Apple said back in January that it helped within hours and handed over to the FBI gigabytes of information.
Microsoft president Brad Smith talks open source, privacy, and coronavirus contact-tracing apps.
A list of the most dangerous, effective, and most well-known malware strains that have been developed by the cyber-security units of various countries' intelligence and military branches.
For the past few years, the FBI has been keeping a separate list of the US' most wanted cybercriminals. Time to take a look at who's still on it -- in no particular order.
Dozens of breaches, over a billion affected.
Many of the massive cyberattacks that have spread across the world in recent years were traced back or attributed to North Korea. Here are eleven examples.
Dozens of data breaches, millions of people affected.
Over two billion records were stolen in 2016 alone -- and the year isn't over yet.
In "go big or go home" world of tech, these products went home.
From improved connectivity to skills creation, we look into some of the technology benefits that Games host city Rio de Janeiro - as well as all of Brazil - will retain after the sporting competitions end.
After several failed attempts, SpaceX made a historic rocket landing in the middle of the ocean that could mean huge savings for commercial space travel.
Here's a look at some of the devices, platforms and technology US President Barack Obama uses to carry out his day-to-day presidential duties.
We pick the high-tech handset each of the presidential candidates should own. We're making galleries great again. It's going to be GREAT. YUGE even.
There are a lot of players in the mandatory data-retention debate. We look at who is for the legislation, and who is opposing it.
2014 was a pretty rough year from a cybersecurity perspective. So that means that 2015 will be better, right? Right? Yeah, not so much. We'll tell you why.
How the Internet of Everything will have an impact on education in the next years
You may think you know how scary government can get, but you ain't seen nothin' yet!
Seven internet companies have asked the US House of Representatives to prohibit the warrantless collection of internet search and browsing history when it considers the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet explains that the UK's health services is going solo to develop a coronavirus contact-tracing app. Here is why. Read more: https://zd.net/2ziaC8E
NSA publishes guidance on choosing a secure teleworking service. Assessed tools include Slack, Zoom, Signal, Skype, more.
COVID-19 apps that track individuals' movements and report them to a government server? What could possibly go wrong? Digital rights activists are starting to push back.
Greeks wowed as online service replaces 'come back Monday' bureaucracy.
The global pandemic has hit all aspects of the economy, and early-stage companies might struggle to secure funds.
Location data reveals impact on people's habits in your area.
Apple puts its expertise into face shields, while Tesla engineers create a ventilator prototype using Tesla Model 3 parts.
Christiaan van Veen, director of the Digital Welfare State and Human Rights Project at the New York University School of Law, sits down with Tonya Hall to talk about the intersection between government and digital transformation, how many individuals still don't have internet access, and what that means for digital transformation's progress.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak spreads across the world, some governments are deploying or exploring the idea of deploying privacy-intrusive solutions for tracking the disease's spread.
Tonya Hall talks with Amy Webb, professor of strategic foresight at NY University's Stern School of Business, author, quantitative futurist, and founder of the Future Today Institute, to learn more about why she believes futurists should have roles within government positions and the part AI would play in those situations.
It will also create a reimbursement fund to pay those that rip out the prohibited equipment.
Need an anti-spying solution designed to lock down your messages and protect your privacy? One smartphone case maker promises as much, but only proves a fraction of its claims.
Microsoft is not known for educational computing tools, but with Office Mix it's turning PowerPoint into a tool for building online lessons.
Microsoft has changed the look and feel of its venerable browser while adding some much-needed security features.
WordPerfect 12.0 features a core stable of productivity apps but suffers from its poor handling of Microsoft files.
Heavyweights Motorola and Microsoft unite to produce the MPx200; a sleek, all-black clamshell smart phone. Read our Australian review.
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