All phone calls to be made over a fibre broadband network instead
Oh look, another abuse of Facebook data....
Layoffs will affect more than four per cent of the firm's 34,000-strong workforce
Social network looks to limit its liability under GDPR
BT and Plusnet aren't exactly pleasing customers either
NHS fails to shore up its security as the threat of attacks from Russian mounts
Chinese firm says it's 'assessing the full range of potential implications'
Months-long campaign used to conduct 'espionage and IP theft'
Ian Levy says it would be 'impossible' to manage the risks
The only sharing it seems to like is done over a bowl of chips
Think you're software engineer of the year? Get entering!
Move comes as US gov sounds alarm bells over 'Chinese espionage'
Even the social network's boss wasn't immune to data-scraping
Home secretary Amber Rudd wants UK authorities to police the dark web
Customers given a freight, but only 1,000 accounts were directly affected
Cyber cops warn that basic protections are 'no longer enough'
Time could be called on dodgy passwords and phishing attacks
There's a catch, but Apple is greener than most
CCS Insight says EU will pass 100 million connections in 2023
Cyber criminals aren't just stealing data, they're locking and deleting it
Attackers linked to Russian government nation-state hackers known as Dragonfly
36 per cent of exposed files located in the European Union
Project has been put on hold following Cambridge Analytica data scandal
Apple is apparently exploring a hands-off approach to control
Confidential chats must abide by firm's 'community standards'
Crypto confiscated under Section 47 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002
But Airspan Spectrum Holdings is the only firm to come away empty-handed
Zuck reckons firm could have done more to prevent the data leak
FTTP kitemark will help buyers of new homes, claims LGA
IMSI catchers in the US capital are intercepting phone calls
Nasim Aghdam was 'angry' that YouTube had taken down her videos
Free to use and faster than Google's DNS... what's not to like?
Publishes whitepaper that looks to help British creative industries fight torrent sharing
UK might have to "clear rights" with every member state of the EU
Enabled any process to read the complete memory contents at 'gigabytes per second'
Feeling guilty, are we?
Despite the data collection strictly speaking being above board
UK Parliament all out of luck, as it's a no from Zuck
Taking back control of web activity to make privacy great again
Another branch prediction processor attack found affecting computer CPUs, but Intel brushed off concerns
FCC plans to prevent US government funding from being used to buy from foreign tech firms seen as security threats
Chairman Ajit Pai is up to his tech meddling tricks again
The spectre of the Cambridge Analytica scandal holds heavy
Privacy advocates aren't impressed as the data sharing goes both ways
After four years in the works, the latest Transport Layer Security protocol is on its way to a browser near you
Anti-competitive practices has seen google once again in the sights of antitrust authorities
Cook brands the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal as "dire"
Security firm warns that IoT devices are the next target
VPN slip-up allegedly reveals 'lone' hackers' real identity