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Fashion retail is a risky business. Like many sectors, it has been disrupted by the rise of the internet, as

November 26, 2018

Last week, we were greeted by the disturbing news that DeepMind, an artificial intelligence subsidiary owned by Google’ s parent

November 20, 2018

Is Tim Berners-Lee right that we need to save the web from abuse? Sven Hughes, chief executive and founder of Verbalisation

November 7, 2018

The internet is under scrutiny like never before. On Monday, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, architect of the world wide web, warned

November 7, 2018

Business leaders are an easily spooked bunch. Economic turbulence, new competitors, and workplace skill deficits are just a few of

October 31, 2018

The average value of fines issued by the UK’s data watchdog doubled over the last year to reach £146,000, according to

October 29, 2018

The European Parliament has today called for a full audit to be carried out on Facebook to assess the security

October 25, 2018

Apple chief executive Tim Cook praised EU privacy laws in a rare speech in Brussels today, and demanded that the US

October 24, 2018

Google is expected to challenge European competition authorities tomorrow, as the deadline to appeal the EU's record-breaking €4.3bn fine against its

October 9, 2018

Ireland's Data Protection Office today said it will seek answers from Google over the data leak from its failed social

October 9, 2018

Heathrow must pay a £120,000 fine after an employee lost a memory stick containing dozens of staff’s personal details. The

October 8, 2018

The Irish Data Protection Office has opened a probe into Facebook over last week's cyber attack, which saw more than

October 2, 2018

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