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Email leak being investigated at law firm that pursues filesharers - 27 septembre 2010
Investigation by UK information commissioner after web attack leads to email leak at ACS:Law The UK information commissioner is investigating the leak of thousands of emails containing personal information from the controversial solicitors’ firm ACS:Law after the company’s website came under sustained attack by (...)

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Google Instant means search results before you finish typing - 8 septembre 2010
’Streaming results’ will save two to five seconds on every 25-second query, says search executive Marissa Mayer – but SEO people may be less happy ’Google Instant’ will aim to predict what you’re searching for - and provide results for it Google unveiled a new version of its search engine on Wednesday night : Google (...)

Google faces first US competition inquiry - 7 septembre 2010
Search engine giant alleged to have manipulated rankings of rivals myTriggers, SourceTool/TradeComet and Foundem Regulators in Texas have launched the first broad anti-trust review of Google’s search and advertising practices in the US. While federal regulators in Washington have investigated the impact on (...)

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Hewlett-Packard outbids Dell for data-storage company - 24 août 2010
Wall Street sees Hewlett-Packard and Dell rival bids as indication that deal-making is back in vogue Hewlett-Packard is making a bid for data storage provider 3PAR, just a week after Dell agreed to acquire the company. Photograph : Paul Sakuma/AP The world’s two largest computer manufacturers, Hewlett-Packard and (...)

We should all be using free software - 17 août 2010
Making source codes available would safeguard users from infringements on their freedoms and prevent monopolies An issue that garners far less press coverage than the ongoing net neutrality story is that of free software. The software powering the devices we use is just as vital for the internet as is the (...)

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Oracle sues Google over Android OS - 13 août 2010
Oracle claims that Google’s Android mobile operating system infringes its patent on Java Software company Oracle has filed a lawsuit against Google, accusing the search giant of patent infringement with the Android mobile operating system. The legal complaint, filed in California, concerns Oracle’s Java software, (...)

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India officials consider BlackBerry restrictions - 12 août 2010
Indian officials contemplate restricting email and messaging services on RIM’s BlackBerry smartphones A meeting of Indian officials over the future of BlackBerry smartphones in the country has proved "inconclusive", according to Reuters. Government officials spent Thursday locked in meetings with at least one (...)

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Gulf states put the squeeze on BlackBerry - 6 août 2010
There were concerns tonight that other governments could suspend BlackBerry data services including email and web browsing after the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia announced plans for bans over the weekend, citing security issues. The move to suspend data services on the popular devices is the latest (...)

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Keeping Saudi women tagged by text - 6 août 2010
Text alerts for men when their female charges leave Saudi alone is the new frontline in the country’s technology war Want to know whether your wife, sister or daughter has left the county ? Well, in Saudi Arabia, there’s an app for that. Reportedly, male guardians or mahrams in Saudi Arabia are now receiving text (...)

Q&A : ’Climategate’ - 7 juillet 2010
In November 2009, over 1,000 private emails between climate change scientists were stolen and published online. The uproar that followed briefly shook the public’s faith in global warming science, and prompted investigations that debunked sceptics’ allegations that the mails showed the planet wasn’t warming. Yet (...)

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Twitter switch for Guardian, after 188 years of ink - 1er avril 2010
Consolidating its position at the cutting edge of new media technology, the Guardian today announces that it will become the first newspaper in the world to be published exclusively via Twitter, the sensationally popular social networking service that has transformed online communication. The move, described as (...)

Google shuts down music blogs without warning - 13 février 2010
Bloggers told they have violated terms without further explanation, as years of archives are wiped off the internet In what critics are calling "musicblogocide 2010", Google has deleted at least six popular music blogs that it claims violated copyright law. These sites, hosted by Google’s Blogger and Blogspot (...)

Do you agree not to read our privacy policy ? - 3 février 2010
The wordy legalese is more likely to be designed to cover the company than to protect the purchaser - but campaigners want change "We may keep you informed of such products and services (including special offers, discounts, offers, competitions and so on) by any of the following methods : E-mail, Telephone, SMS (...)

Digital economy bill promises action on piracy, games and ITV regional news - 21 janvier 2010
Bill offers illegal filesharing clampdown, tougher rules on video game age ratings and powers for Ofcom over ITV regional news A clampdown on unlawful online file-sharing, a push for the switchover to digital radio in 2015, tougher laws to stop children getting hold of violent video games and power for Ofcom over (...)

China responds to Google hacking claims - 14 janvier 2010
Google moved quickly to announce that it would stop censoring its Chinese service after realising dissidents were at risk from attempts to use the company’s technology for political surveillance, according to a source with direct knowledge of the internet giant’s most senior management. China this morning issued a (...)

China’s cyberwar goes beyond Google - 13 janvier 2010
The Chinese military has long seen its adversaries’ IT networks as a target, and citizen hackers are willing volunteers in the fight As Google prepares itself for a possible withdrawal from Chinese cyberspace, citing "malicious cyber activities" against its systems, how worried should we be about China’s capacity (...)

These cities within cities are eating up Britain’s streets - 22 décembre 2009
Urban regeneration has seen entire districts pass into the hands of private companies – and their security guards The Guardian reporter Paul Lewis, who fell foul of anti-terror legislation last week, is the latest in a long line of alleged miscreants stopped and questioned after straying on to private land. (...)

Another day, another disaster - 21 novembre 2007
Standing up in parliament yesterday afternoon, making his second emergency statement in as many days, Alistair Darling cut a battle-weary figure. No wonder. Neither the near-collapse of Northern Rock nor the loss of two CDs containing details of 25 million people are the chancellor’s personal fault. Some may be (...)

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Google may use games to analyse net users - 12 mai 2007
Players’ behaviour could be used by advertisers Tracking idea disturbs privacy campaigners Internet giant Google has drawn up plans to compile psychological profiles of millions of web users by covertly monitoring the way they play online games. The company thinks it can glean information about an individual’s (...)

Cracked it ! - 17 novembre 2006
Three million Britons have been issued with the new hi-tech passport, designed to frustrate terrorists and fraudsters. So why did Steve Boggan and a friendly computer expert find it so easy to break the security codes ? Six months ago, with the help of a rather scary computer expert, I deconstructed the life of (...)