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David Cameron's copyright review starts with a bang, ends with a whimper

UK business unlikely to see promised benefits of copyright law overhaul, says lawyer Mark Owen

Police and intelligence agencies overusing data request powers

Interception of communications commissioner Sir Anthony May issues report to parliament on state of data gathering from public bodies

BlackBerry wins patent case against NXP Semiconductors

Rare piece of good news for beleaguered firm

HP forks out $57m to settle Palm WebOS lawsuit

Firm reaches resolution with shareholders after abandoning technology

Microsoft will not access content of private email accounts any more

Firm changes policy after backlash against Hotmail snooping incident

Government data requests to Google reach new highs

Firm sees 120 percent increase in data requests since 2009

Microsoft and Dell ink patent deal for Chrome, Android and Xbox

Companies follow Samsung, Cisco, Google, HTC and Nokia's example

Benefits of big data must not outweigh privacy concerns, argues EU data protection chief

European data tsar tasks tech sector to develop privacy and security tools

Europol arrests cyber fraudsters targeting UK with bogus eBay Apple Mac auctions

Polish fraudsters sent buyers actual apples instead of coveted laptops

Lenovo buys mobile patents in $100m deal

Firm strikes agreement with US firm Unwired Planet

Microsoft defends ability to access Hotmail and Outlook data

Firm claims case of insider leaking info warranted measures

Turkey blocks Twitter but users find workarounds

Latest censorship threat to communications tools amid protests

Ex-Microsoft worker arrested for alleged Windows 8 code leak

Leak of key Windows files pinned on former staffer

Mike Lynch accuses HP of ‘incendiary’ remarks in latest Autonomy attack

Former Autonomy chief urges shareholders to ask difficult questions to HP management

Europe must lead big data ‘gold rush’

Neelie Kroes urges region to tackle privacy and security challenges head on

ICO fines abortion charity £200,000 for website hack

Charity hit with huge fine after ICO finds it had no idea it was gathering user data in an unsecured manner

Wearable technology in business: big data benefits bring legal and privacy risks

Firms need to prepare for the impact of the Bring Your Own Wearable Device trend, advises lawyer Louise Taylor

ICO chief Christopher Graham given another two years at data watchdog

Another two years that “won’t be dull”, he promises

EU rules website linking is legal in landmark internet decision

Decision welcomed as "common sense" ruling by lawyers

Microsoft strengthens cybercrime-fighting partnership with Europe

Firm promises to share more technical and forensic data on malware and botnets

EU touts success of EC3 cybercrime unit in taking fight to criminals

But unit head admits efforts are just the 'tip of the iceberg'

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