The Guardian reports that Google has made “substantial” contributions to some of the most notorious climate deniers in Washington despite its insistence that it supports … Read more
Rising Internet connectivity has the potential to transform children’s lives for the better, but also makes them vulnerable to sexual abuse, online harassment and bullying, … Read more
Hundreds of millions of Facebook users’ phone numbers were exposed in an open online database, the company confirmed Wednesday, in the latest example of Facebook’s … Read more
Internet companies that do not actively combat the online exploitation of children should face financial consequences, Canada’s public safety minister hinted after announcing an increase … Read more
Major businesses including Google and Microsoft are backing the UK to become a world leader in tackling the most damaging cyber security threats, helping to … Read more
A 20-year-old cybersecurity worker has been arrested in Bulgaria and charged with hacking the personal and financial records of millions of taxpayers in the country’s … Read more
Google has suspended Viagogo as an advertiser, after claims touts resell tickets at inflated prices on the site.
The search engine’s surprise decision, which was … Read more
Instagram is hiding the number of likes on posts in several countries, including Australia and Japan, in order to “remove pressure” on users.
The trial … Read more
China’s ZTE is opening a cybersecurity centre in Brussels, four months after a similar move by Huawei.
ZTE said in a press release that … Read more
The British Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has found troubling evidence that there is a thriving marketplace for fake and misleading online reviews.
After web … Read more
The Financial Times reports that according to an initial review by Brussels, Russian sources mounted a “continued and sustained” disinformation effort to “suppress turnout and … Read more
Messaging platform Telegram has said it was hit by a powerful cyberattack that coincided with protests this week in Hong Kong.
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov … Read more
Most criminal activity involving counterfeiting is carried out by increasingly professionalised organised crime networks, which can reap large profits while running relatively few risks.… Read more