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Google data requests from UK government hit new high

Google sees 150 percent rise in data requests since 2009

Dropbox Pro now features extra security

US security agencies probed up to 249 Dropbox accounts

Dropbox reveals that 80 percent of information request subpoenas came with gagging orders

EU sends Google back to drawing board over search concessions

Complaints sent on to search giant for consideration as long-running case continues

Google claims search is for 'users, not websites' in market dominance debate

Eric Schmidt takes issue with European publishers' letter to EU commissioners

Google agrees $19m refund for Android app purchases with FTC

Figure is far lower than the total cost of refunds Apple was asked to make

Ireland voices concern with ‘objectionable’ US cloud data demands

Data protection minister Dara Murphy questions long-term impact of US approach

Verizon $7.4m fine from US FCC shows limits of UK ICO power

Whopping fine far above anything UK data regulator could issue

EC crushes chip cartel with €138m fine for Samsung, Philips and Infineon

Six years of antitrust investigation come to an expensive conclusion for three major tech companies

Government warns of legal moves unless Google, Microsoft stop linking to pirate sites

Letters sent to search giants, including Yahoo, demanding more to be done

Apple admits iCloud celebrity photo breach but denies issue with services

Targeted attack caused photo leak, but Apple claims it wasn't iCloud's fault

EU tells repressive regimes that blocking web access is futile

Neelie Kroes uses speech in Turkey to showcase nation's recent failed censorship attempt as proof people will always communicate

Oracle loses $1.3bn SAP damages appeal but is offered $357m or retrial

Long-running legal spat over TomorrowNow subsidiary could continue

Microsoft refuses US order to hand over customer cloud data

Judge reverses freeze on ban but Microsoft already is already planning an appeal

Legal right to flexible working spells the end of the office

Businesses that understand the benefits of letting staff pick and choose in their working lives will leave rivals behind

Coding error lands Deutsche Bank with a £4.7m FCA fine

Financial Conduct Authority takes strong action over software mistake that registered sells and buys the wrong way around

Met Police website DoS attacker pleads guilty

Cyber crook to be sentenced in October

ICO's £180,000 prison data fine for government proves people are the problem

Dan Worth bangs his head against the desk as encryption again costs public coffers huge sums of cash

Racing Post slammed by ICO for poor website security after major breach

Companies urged to be ready for cyber attacks

Qualcomm faces EU antitrust probe as it seeks to end China case

The global chip manufacturer seeks amicable resolution to longstanding antitrust allegations in China

ICO fines Ministry of Justice £180,000 for unencrypted data gaffe at 75 prisons

Staff at prisons did not realise encryption on devices had to be turned on

PlayStation Network hit by DDoS attacks, top exec in flight bomb scare

Gaming giant in the thick of online activist action once again

Monkeys, ghosts and gods denied copyright ownership by US patent board

Photographer David Slater can claim copyright to the infamous monkey selfie

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