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Brexit bots: UK Govt refuses to release Russian interference report before election

A UK report looking into Russian interference into the 2016 EU referendum will not be published until after the election, despite claims that it could be released before.

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05/11/2019  |  Full story...

UK ecommerce platforms ‘not ready for Brexit’

Businesses in the UK are struggling to prepare their eCommerce platforms for Britain’s departure from the European Union, according to a new study commissioned by Greenlight Commerce, a digital commerce agency.

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31/10/2019  |  Full story...

Burger King 'milkshake' tweet banned for encouraging violence

A tweet posted by Burger King in May has been banned for encouraging violence and anti-social behaviour.

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02/10/2019  |  Full story...

Zuckerberg fears Warren presidency an ‘existential’ threat to Facebook- report

A leaked audio recording of Mark Zuckerberg reveals that the Facebook founder and CEO fears US presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is an “existential” threat to his company.

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02/10/2019  |  Full story...

Twitter fail: US military apologises for threatening to 'bomb' Area 51 festival

The US military has apologised for sending a tweet that appeared to threaten people visiting Area 51 over the weekend after a Facebook event went viral.

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23/09/2019  |  Full story...

UK PM's plans 'to collect data on gov.uk users' sparks investigation

The UK Prime Minister has reportedly asked civil servants to collect "targeted and personalised" data on users of the government website, sparking an investigation from the UK communications watchdog.

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13/09/2019  |  Full story...

British shoppers ‘may avoid buying from brands outside of the UK post-Brexit’

Brexit confusion over tax increases, delivery times and data ownership could stop British consumers making international purchases after 31st October 2019, according to new research.

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03/09/2019  |  Full story...

Fake news confusion: ‘Inconsistent approach hampers fight against disinformation’

There are significant variations in the approaches taken by governments across the world to dealing with disinformation, often referred to as ‘fake news’ in popular verbatim, according to a new report.

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29/08/2019  |  Full story...

Politics and data: Connected TV ' key for reaching undecided voters for 2020 US election'

Connected TV is the key to reaching undecided Generation Z voters ahead of the 2020 presidential election, according to new research.

Politics and data: Connected TV ' key for reaching undecided voters for 2020 US election'

14/08/2019  |  Full story...

NHS gets £250m boost for AI lab

The NHS is planning to invest £250m in the creation of an AI lab to create better technologies and solutions for patients.

NHS gets £250m boost for AI lab

09/08/2019  |  Full story...

The new political battleground? Boris Johnson's team tests hundreds of Facebook campaign ads

The new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appeared in hundreds of almost identical Facebook and Instagram ads featuring tiny variations, as his campaign team look to find the most effective message ahead of a possible general election.

The new political battleground? Boris Johnson's team tests hundreds of Facebook campaign ads

26/07/2019  |  Full story...

Brexit Tweets get 60% more interactions on Twitter

Brexit-related tweets outperform other posts on interactions by over 60% in the UK on some occasions – particularly at times when major Brexit news hit, according to new research.

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22/07/2019  |  Full story...

France angers Trump with 3% tax on large digital firms

The French government has proposed a new tax in the country, that would charge large internet companies including Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook a 3% levy on their revenues, drawing ire from the US as a result.

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12/07/2019  |  Full story...

Google hits Huawei: Cuts off Android licence for future phones

Google hits Huawei: Cuts off Android licence for future phones

Google is set to revoke Huawei's access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.

21/05/2019  |  Full story...

Huawei barred in the US: Trump declares 'national emergency' over IT threats

US president Donald Trump has signed an order barring US firms from using telecoms equipment made by companies who pose a national security risk.

Huawei barred in the US: Trump declares 'national emergency' over IT threats

16/05/2019  |  Full story...

Mozilla launches EU Elections Toolkit

Mozilla has launched a Firefox EU Elections toolkit to help promote online transparency.

Mozilla launches EU Elections Toolkit

08/05/2019  |  Full story...

Government unveils new cybersecurity laws for IoT devices

The UK government is introducing new laws to ensure connected devices are better protected from cyber attacks.

Government unveils new cybersecurity laws for IoT devices

02/05/2019  |  Full story...

Online game tests if you can last as an A&E staff member for a day

With A&E waiting times in England reaching the worst level in 15 years and the 4 hour government target to see and dismiss patients now being scrapped, a new interactive game highlights what it’s like to work as an A&E staff member.

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28/03/2019  |  Full story...

Meme ban or creative protection? EU MEPs approve controversial online copyright law

The European Parliament has approved the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive, passing controversial copyright rules that campaigners claim could change the way the internet works.

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26/03/2019  |  Full story...

Tech giants should ‘open up their customer data to others’ says UK Govt report

A new UK government report has found tech giants are stifling innovation and reducing choices for consumers, calling for an overhaul of the UK’s competition rules and the creation of a new regulator.

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15/03/2019  |  Full story...

Brexit bots: Foreign Twitter accounts ‘amplified pro-Leave views’

Far-right political groups have been using fake accounts and co-ordinated behaviour on Twitter to amplify pro-Brexit views, according to new research.

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13/03/2019  |  Full story...

“Iron Net Curtain’: Thousands protest Russia’s new internet restrictions

Thousands of people in Moscow and two other Russian cities gathered to march against their government's new internet restriction laws on Sunday.

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12/03/2019  |  Full story...

The Queen makes her first Instagram post

The Queen has posted her first message on Instagram at a new Science Museum exhibition in London.

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11/03/2019  |  Full story...

Fake news report: UK investigation concludes Facebook is a "digital gangster"

A UK parliamentary committee has published its findings after an 18-month investigation into fake news, accusing Facebook of obstructing its inquiry and "intentionally and knowingly" violating data privacy laws.

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19/02/2019  |  Full story...

Where’s Mark? MPs ‘empty chair’ Facebook boss at fake news inquiry

Politicians from nine countries have put out an empty chair in protest at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s failure to appear at a hearing today.

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27/11/2018  |  Full story...

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