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Undercover report shows exhausted Apple workers falling asleep on the job

Two years on from Foxconn and nothing's changed

Fri Dec 19 2014, 16:10

Oracle settles for $356.7m in long-running SAP piracy dispute

A bit of a drop from the original $1.3bn

Fri Nov 14 2014, 13:52

FCC chairman Wheeler's 'hybrid' proposal is questionable

Column Skullduggery is afoot in Washington, DC

Fri Nov 07 2014, 15:06

Foxconn employees rebel as HP slashes orders

Company cuts overtime to avoid severance pay

Thu Oct 09 2014, 17:03

Ireland slams 'objectionable' US demands for cloud data

Data protection minister Dara Murphy questions impact of US approach

Fri Sep 05 2014, 10:24

Russia extends Edward Snowden's asylum for three more years

NSA whistleblower’s welcome expired on 31 July

Thu Aug 07 2014, 16:36

Police hijack adverts on 'piracy' websites to scare off visitors

Intellectual Property Crime Unit investigates

Tue Jul 29 2014, 12:01

US House Of Representatives agrees to cut funding for 'backdoor' NSA snooping

Agency to be barred from warrantless surveillance of US citizens

Mon Jun 23 2014, 15:12

Teachers panicking over new computing curriculum

Raspberry Pi, IBM and teachers want more government support

Thu Feb 27 2014, 10:10

EPIC petitions US Supreme Court to review PRISM data collection

The FISA court can't have the last word

Tue Oct 29 2013, 17:14

Cold calls victim charges firms to call him

Buys an 0871 number for a tenner

Thu Aug 29 2013, 16:53

Microsoft asks Google to remove half a million URLs every month

No, we don't have anything better to do

Tue Jul 30 2013, 14:45

Amazon, Google and Apple won't need to pay tax, despite government threats

Column Governments won't have the courage or power to get a fair deal

Tue May 21 2013, 10:00

Apple loses patents case to Nokia and Sony front

Patents bully infringed three patents

Fri Dec 14 2012, 10:10

ICO fines Plymouth Council £60,000 for printer jam

Sensitive data sent to wrong recipient

Fri Nov 23 2012, 12:51

US government is disappointed by Gary McKinnon extradition decision

US hoped Theresa May would comply with its demand

Wed Oct 17 2012, 11:55

Kim Dotcom gets access to £3m to pay legal fees

Still fighting extradition to the US

Thu Aug 30 2012, 14:15

Air traffic control computer glitch faces CAA inquiry

Updated London airspace was closed Friday

Tue Dec 16 2014, 11:19

Groupon backs down from Gnome trademark attack

Reconsiders in the glare of publicity

Wed Nov 12 2014, 15:02

Backlash will render mass surveillance moot

Column The people and the market will defeat it

Fri Oct 24 2014, 16:33

Google's Schmidt: Government surveillance could kill the internet

'Keep playing with it like that, it'll drop off', says web firm's president

Thu Oct 09 2014, 11:53

BT slams Talktalk over high-speed internet flim flam clap trap

BT boss disputes that trade costs are too high

Mon Sep 01 2014, 17:45

US ruling on overseas cloud data presents challenges

Firms caught between governments' need for data and citizens' privacy

Thu Aug 07 2014, 14:10

Mozilla sheds controversial CEO Brendan Eich

Eich coulda been a contender

Fri Apr 04 2014, 09:41

HP workers picket Discover event over job cuts

We get on well with our Spanish workers, claims US technology giant

Wed Dec 11 2013, 10:17

Larry Ellison stands up 60,000 Openworld attendees to go sailing

America's Cup takes priority over Oracle conference keynote

Tue Sep 24 2013, 23:56

Groklaw was the canary in the coal mine

Column Internet surveillance must be stopped or rendered ineffective with encryption

Fri Aug 23 2013, 13:00

Government surveillance of the internet must end

Column Edward Snowden is a hero

Fri Jul 12 2013, 17:07

Richard Stallman says Ubuntu Linux is 'spyware'

Asks South American free software association not to promote it at events

Mon Mar 25 2013, 12:49

Google allegedly dodged $2bn in taxes

Internet giant is accused of tax avoidance

Tue Dec 11 2012, 10:24

Listen to Steve Wozniak when he talks about the internet and freedom

Column Woz talks Megaupload, Wikileaks and Anonymous

Fri Nov 09 2012, 17:17

Gary McKinnon’s mother Janis Sharp is overjoyed with UK extradition decision

She thanks all those who helped the campaign for her son

Tue Oct 16 2012, 18:00

Apple v. Samsung: How juries calculate damages in patent lawsuits

Guesswork and dart boards?

Wed Aug 29 2012, 11:45

Disney princesses show Barbie how to get kids to code

Frozen's Anna and Elsa lead the charge for women in IT

Fri Nov 28 2014, 14:00

Google barges were barged over fire risk

Coastguard feared internet search and rescue

Fri Nov 07 2014, 16:48

Facebook complains about identity theft by the DEA

Claims US government violated its terms of service

Tue Oct 21 2014, 15:42

It's time to put US cable companies in their place

Column To preserve net neutrality and foster more competition

Fri Sep 12 2014, 14:00

UK copyright cops arrest man for alleged 'piracy' proxy

20-year-old suspected of running a proxy server

Fri Aug 08 2014, 10:32

Hacker Gary McKinnon faces extradition threat over Scotland visit

Warned against visiting sick father

Fri Aug 01 2014, 14:24

NCA releases UK army hacker Lauri Love on bail

Was arrested in 2013 for hacking US military and government networks

Mon Jul 07 2014, 17:12

How to foil the NSA and GCHQ with strong encryption

Column Now is the time to secure your communications

Fri Feb 28 2014, 16:05

How dare they?

Column Governments need to deliver more answers about unlawful surveillance of citizens

Fri Nov 15 2013, 14:22

Snowden leaks CIA and NSA black budget

$52.6bn funds US government spy agencies

Fri Aug 30 2013, 12:28

Zimbabwe election hit by hacking and DDoS attacks

President Mugabe reelected overwhelmingly

Wed Aug 07 2013, 12:06

UK government's annual £6,000 spend per PC is a scary insight into public sector IT

Column Stephen Kelly's figures are cause for alarm

Fri Jun 07 2013, 13:49

Google's tax avoidance highlights political corruption

Column Eric Schmidt's excuse isn't good enough

Fri Dec 14 2012, 16:13

Jimmy Wales cheers Richard O’Dwyer ruling but UK legal concerns remain

Case should never have involved US authorities, claims Wikipedia founder

Thu Nov 29 2012, 14:00

Gary McKinnon's mother slams potential UK prosecution

Janis Sharp says charges would be 'a spectacular turnaround'

Wed Nov 07 2012, 11:42

Apple's patents war might tarnish its brand

Column Nobody likes a bully

Fri Oct 12 2012, 16:38
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