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Privacy trends: People 'less likely to protect their phones than computers'

Identity thefts, celebrity photo leaks, and other data breaches happen because of disproportionate trust in smartphone security, according to new research.

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10/10/2018  |  Full story...

Google dodges fine: UK court blocks iPhone data breach citing ‘lack of damages’

The UK's High Court has blocked a court case against Google, which claimed the tech giant had collected sensitive information from over 4 million iPhone users using a loophole.

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09/10/2018  |  Full story...

Brexit to impact UK and European app services

Brexit is likely to disrupt the UK and Europe applications development and maintenance (ADM) services markets in the coming months, according to new research.

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09/10/2018  |  Full story...

Kids prefer mobiles and tablets to holidays, toys and pets

One in three British parents believe their kids value their phones and tablets more than any other possession or activity, while they also believe by the age of eight their children will understand the way modern gadgets work better than they do themselves.

05/10/2018  |  Full story...

Brexit “material threat to London’s role as digital creative hub”: Tom Brake MP in interview warns of instant brain drain

As an MP, Tom Brake (LibDems) has been on the frontline of fighting Brexit because of the damage it would inflict on UK jobs, communities and prosperity. The big debates on lost manufacturing and finance sector jobs have hidden the equally damaging impact on UK media, tech and creative services firms. In this exclusive interview for Netimperative, he talks candidly – and the news isn’t good.

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05/10/2018  |  Full story...

New tech, new dangers? Drivers concerned about car-hacking

While motoring technology is evolving and cars are now fitted with the most advanced gadgets and systems, it’s possible that motorists are exposing themselves to a new threat – hackers.

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04/10/2018  |  Full story...

Data fail: Conservative Conference app exposes MPs' phone numbers

A new app designed to help the Conservative Conference in the UK this week has sparked a PR disaster, after the app let anyone to see the mobile numbers of attendees and to change their photos and details.

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02/10/2018  |  Full story...

Global research reveals parents’ views on how technology is impacting children under 9

One in three British parents believe their kids value their phones and tablets more than any other possession or activity, while they also believe by the age of eight their children will understand the way modern gadgets work better than they do themselves.

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25/09/2018  |  Full story...

The new digital persona: What online value exchange means for millennials and Gen Z

Over three quarters of 16-34 year olds say GDPR doesn’t go far enough – yet only 11% carefully consider before accepting cookie banners, according to new research.

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24/09/2018  |  Full story...

Alibaba partners Mail.Ru for Russia ecommerce expansion

Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has joined forces with a state fund along with telecom company MegaFon and internet firm Mail.Ru Group as part of a new ecommerce venture in Russia.

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14/09/2018  |  Full story...

Creative protection or 'link tax'? EU votes for controversial internet copyright law

The European Union Parliament voted has overwhelmingly to approve a copyright reform that have been criticised for being harmful to an open internet.

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13/09/2018  |  Full story...

The trust crisis: Most people don’t believe companies have their best interests in mind

The majority (59%) of customers believe their personal information is vulnerable to a security breach, and 54% don’t believe that companies have their best interests in mind, according to new research.

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11/09/2018  |  Full story...

Over half of teens are influenced by ethics when buying a brand

The majority of teenagers are influenced by ethics when buying a brand, with most either deliberately buying or deliberately stopping using a brand because of its ethics, according to new research.

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06/09/2018  |  Full story...

Ad Blocking in the UK begins to stabilise

More than a fifth of internet users in the UK are expected to install an ad blocker this year, but growth is slowing, according to new research.

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06/09/2018  |  Full story...

Apple self-driving car involved in ‘minor crash’

An Apple self-driving car was involved in a crash while merging onto an expressway near the company's Silicon Valley headquarters this month.

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05/09/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR: Data breach complaints up 160% since new digital privacy rules

Data breach complaints have risen 160% since GDPR came into force, according to new figures.

28/08/2018  |  Full story...

Huawei and ZTE 5G technology banned in Australia

China's Huawei and ZTE have been banned from providing 5G technology equipment to Australia, citing national security concerns.

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24/08/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook, Twitter and Google remove propaganda accounts

Facebook, Twitter, and Alphabet have collectively removed hundreds of accounts tied to an alleged Iranian propaganda operation on Tuesday.

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24/08/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook bans second Cambridge psychometric quiz app

Another personality quiz app designed to harvest personal data from respondents, has been banned by Facebook, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal earlier this year.

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24/08/2018  |  Full story...

4 in 10 brands deliver ads on unsafe sites

Nearly 2 in 5 (38%) of marketers admit to having delivered an advert on a harmful or unsafe web page, according to new research.

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23/08/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook gives every user a secret reputation score to tackle fake news

Facebook has begun assigning users a reputation score, designed to predict how trustworthy they are, as the social network looks to fight the spread of fake news.

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23/08/2018  |  Full story...

Identity fraud falls for the first time since 2014

Figures show a 5% drop in the first six months of 2018 compared to the previous year, but plastic cards and online retail accounts have seen increases, according to new research.

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20/08/2018  |  Full story...

Google Map app “still records location even if tracking is turned off”

Google Maps services on Android and iPhone devices store records of a user’s location even after they have enabled privacy settings that claim to halt the practice, according to a new report.

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16/08/2018  |  Full story...

Ticketmaster clamps down on touts with Seatwave and GetMeIn closure

Ticketmaster is shutting down its secondary resale sites Seatwave and GetMeIn in a bid to combat touts selling tickets at hugely inflated prices.

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14/08/2018  |  Full story...

Mars pulls all ads from YouTube amid drill music controversy

Mars has removed all advertising from YouTube after the confectionery firm's ads appeared alongside drill music videos on the streaming platform, which have been linked to violent crime in London.

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07/08/2018  |  Full story...

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