Microsoft wins anti-Gmail ads legal battle against Google
The UK ASA permits Microsoft's ‘Scroogled’ Pig Latin radio ad to be telecasted.
Published 27 March 2014
EU approves data protection regulation draft
Under the new provision, EU can impose fine up to 2% of global annual turnover of a company for not complying.
Published 13 March 2014
Brazil and EU building undersea cable to dodge US spying
It will be laid between Lisbon and the Brazilian city of Fortaleza at a cost of $185m,
Published 25 February 2014
New Spanish law to charge search engines for displaying copyrighted content
Move echoes similar plans across other European countries.
Published 17 February 2014
Cybersquatters usurping domain names of British businesses with GTLD launch
Third parties have already made attempts to pre-order the required domains.
Published 06 February 2014
Microsoft to open Transparency Center in Brussels
The centre will offer the ability to review source code and check for any back doors.
Published 03 February 2014
.uk domains to go live on 10th June
Over ten million existing .uk domain holders will be provided with the shorter equivalent of their existing address.
Published 31 January 2014
Angry Birds website hacked following snooping collusion allegation
Rovio website was defaced with an image titled 'Spying Birds' featuring the logo of NSA.
Published 30 January 2014
Nominet to screen sex offence terms from web addresses
All domain names will be verified within 48 hours of registration process.
Published 16 January 2014
EU not to withdraw data sharing deals with US
Over 3,000 firms have signed up to the Safe Harbor deal.
Published 28 November 2013
British lawmakers to grill Guardian editor on Snowden disclosures
Leaks have compromised national security and mortified David Cameron, lawmakers claim.
Published 11 November 2013
About 98 UK publishers shut shop last year as ebooks squeezed margins
The affected publishers include Enid Blyton's publisher from the 1930s to the 1960s, Evans Brothers, and Panos London.
Published 05 November 2013
WH Smith UK site taken offline following porn e-book scandal
The site offered pornographic ebooks together with kids' bedtime story books
Published 15 October 2013
UK Information watchdog investigates use of rogue private detectives
The clients list includes law firms, financial services and insurance firms, accountants and celebrities. .
Published 03 September 2013
Guardian enters into pact with New York Times over NSA documents
The Guardian feels that through this collaboration it can reveal about mass surveillance