The European Commission has launched a public consultation on the modernisation of EU copyright regulations for the digital age.
Prime Minister David Cameron is says that he is looking for ‘a proper dialogue’ with China on the issue of cyber security.
More than two million users’ account details for popular websites including Google, Yahoo!, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn have been stolen using malware.
Nearly three quarters of UK businesses have no formal Bring Your Own Device policy or support structure, according to a report.
Plans have recently been unveiled for a brand new nuclear power station in Britain. The two reactors at Hinkley Point C in Somerset will, according to the government, help make the UK IT industry more efficient and sustainable, reports global data centre information portal DATACENTRE.ME.
The interim chief executive officer of BlackBerry sent an open letter to its enterprise customers on Monday with the message: ‘We are here to stay.’
The average user could lose around $418 (£255) in media files as the result of a cyber attack, according to a report.
Revenue on digital content is likely to be higher if Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems are removed, according to a report.
Amsterdam, Barcelona, and San Francisco are set to work together to make use of the massive amounts of data generated by cities, using the Cityzenith 5D SMART City platform.
Photo sharing platform Instagram has reported that Thanksgiving 2013 was its busiest day ever.