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'Largest ever UK data breach' goes unpunished

Britain's data watchdog has been criticised for failing to punish companies involved in what has bee ...View More

Rees-Mogg: We are taking online child abuse seriously

Jacob Rees-Mogg has said the government is taking the rise of child sexual exploitation (CSE) materi ...View More

BT and Vodafone to lobby PM in support of Huawei

Britain's two biggest telecoms companies are preparing to lobby Boris Johnson in support of Huawei's ...View More

Travelex: First UK systems restored after cyber ransom demand

Travelex, the foreign exchange operator held hostage by cyber attackers since New Year's Eve, has sa ...View More

Twitter boss asks Musk for 'feedback' on improving the service

Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey has asked one of the platform's most famous and controversial us ...View More

Wireless charging for electric taxis to be trialled in UK

Wireless on-street charging for electric taxis is to be trialled in the UK for the first time.

Apple may be forced by EU to replace iPhone charger with Android equivalent

The European Parliament is calling for common chargers to be introduced that would fit all mobile ph ...View More

Grieving dad of Molly Russell says tech giants must be forced to hand over data

The father of a teenage girl who took her own life says he has "no doubt that social media helped ki ...View More

Microsoft pledges to remove as much carbon as it has ever emitted

Microsoft has pledged to become "carbon negative" by 2030 before going further and removing as much  ...View More

Sepsis is bigger killer than three types of cancer combined - study

Sepsis is a bigger killer than bowel, breast and pancreatic cancer combined, according to a new stud ...View More