A new report into U.S. consumers’ attitude to the collection of personal data has highlighted the disconnect between commercial claims that web users are happy to trade privacy in exchange for ‘benefits’
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In the early 2000s, former US Congressmen Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) and Michael Oxley (R-OH) crafted a bill that would put pressure on corporations to comply with federal prosecutors during investigations.
‘Zero day’ attack on high-level security clearance agency reignites push by Congressional leaders to hand federal government greater cybersecurity powers Congressional leaders are warning the latest major
Your 20s are an ideal time to take on some adventure and travel to faraway places. Chances are you'll end up having some wild experiences that you'll never forget. From partying at the world's largest
Company's European chief blames miscommunication Google has addressed the anti-trust charges leveled at it by the European Union for the first time, blaming miscommunication and a difference in cultural
Starting today, Skype users in the U.S. and U.K. can start making calls directly from their browsers. The Skype for Web beta makes the chat program available without having to download and install the