Efforts to reverse Microsoft's 2011 acquisition thwarted.
Tech industry waits with bated breath for outcome of landmark case.
Internet giant accused of "spinning out web of personal data without consent".
Proposed law takes another step toward implementation.
Counter-terrorism head says police still need more power to access people’s data
2009 income tax remains unpaid, according to reports.
Controversy over targeted ads in users' inboxes rumbles on.
Merkel set out plans to help European tech companies capitalise on US spy row
Automation hailed as key to ending leaks.
American intelligence agency operation reportedly leads to Irish extradition.
Tameside Energy Services ordered to cough up £45,000 for making "unwanted" marketing calls.
MEPs call for safeguards on data transferred outside the EU.
BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media have pledged £1m in additional funding to help clamp down on child pornography.
Internet service providers will need to provide switched-on parental filters as standard.
Internet giant reinforces commitment to blocking child abuse content from search results.
Internet giants tell Home Secretary Theresa May what they make of the Communications Data Bill.
Almunia "almost 100 per cent" certain to ask search giant to improve settlement offer
CopyTele alleges VoIP service encryption systems infringe its IP.
Search giant offers to promote rival services more prominently in results.
Reporters Without Borders slams "digital era mercenaries" as well as five countries.
Apple and Microsoft ‘may merge in five years’
Q&A: Stuart Silberg, Hotels.com
UK IT companies among best places to work, claim graduates
Nokia planning Android phone in 2014
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