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Facebook uploaded 1.5 million users’ email contacts without their consent

Facebook harvested the email contacts of more than 1.5 million new users who joined the site since 2016, without their consent. The social network has...

Cambridge Analytica faces trial for ignoring data request enforcement notice

Cambridge Analytica, the company at the centre of last year’s data scandal, is to go on trial accused of ignoring a Data Protection Act...

Facebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts

Facebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago. The exact number had not been...

Yahoo to change name and slash board if Verizon deal agreed

Tech giant Yahoo is to adopt a new corporate identity and slash the size of its board if the proposed US$4.8bn sale of its...

WhatsApp to share user data with Facebook

WhatsApp is to start sharing user data with Facebook. The messaging service was bought by Facebook for €17bn in 2014. Now the latest update to WhatsApp's...

Microsoft buys LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

Microsoft is purchasing professional social network LinkedIn in a deal reported to be worth $26.2 billion. In a blog post, Microsoft revealed that it will...

Two of the world’s biggest tech giants are teaming up in the name of data – namely to build a massive new connection between...

Two of the world’s biggest tech giants are teaming up in the name of data – namely to build a massive new connection between...

Bill Gates backs US government in data fight with Apple

Bill Gates has sided against Apple - and many other technology companies - in saying the firm should help the US government hack into...

Wikileaks says new documents show US bugged meetings between world leaders

Wikileaks has released a new cache of documents which it says shows US intelligence bugged private meetings between major world leaders, including the UN...

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo unite to condemn UK draft bill

Internet giants have joined forces to attack parts of the UK Government’s proposed new snooping Bill. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo criticised plans to...

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