Oracle still claims Google illegally copied Java technology and will appeal
Debate hinges on whether or not shows like Game of Thrones are 'European'
Campaign group files for judicial review of Investigatory Powers Bill's cornerstone policy
Commission claims Google has stifled competition in the mobile market
Canadian mobile maker says tech companies should be "good corporate citizens"
Advocate general delivery advisory ahead of landmark case
Setting up the Snooper's Charter will dwarf government estimates of £174m, warn campaigners
Six Iranians will to be indicted on charges of illegally accessing computers, it is claimed
Head of GCHQ claims encryption is not under attack, but urges tech industry co-operation
Uber execs deny they illegally operated a taxi service
Thinktank welcomes fightback against terrorists' online presence
Europe’s data watchdog refuses to extend Safe Harbour grace period
Businesses and campaigners react to Privacy Shield, the new EU-US data transfer agreement
Demands to weaken encryption 'will drive $15 billion worth of business out of the UK'
The ECHR has rejected a Romanian engineers claims that his employers violated his right to privacy
Why David Cameron is wrong about backdoors, and the Netherlands is right
The wording of the document has been finalised and is set to come into force in 2018
Cupertino urges changes to “Snooper’s Charter”
Each of the organisation's member states will be able to set their own age limits for the social networks
Swedish court rules that ISPs cannot be legally compelled to block file-sharing sites on the grounds of copyright infringement