European Parliament want to intervene in Greek wiretapping scandal
Greece's government wants the European Commission to stay out of a national wiretapping scandal, but several members of the European Parliament (MEPs) oppose the request.
Greece's spying outrage escalated intensely on the 5th of August. It all started when two senior officials belonging to Prim... Read more
Consultancy firm WorkNest acquires Care 4 Quality
Consultancy firm WorkNest continues to expand by acquiring Care 4 Quality, a company that provides health and safety services to some of the largest care homes in the British Isles.
WorkNest offers several services to businesses, including HR, health & safety and employment law. The company... Read more
DSIRF is behind spyware targeting law firms and banks, Microsoft says
According to Microsoft, Austria-based firm DSIRF is the main perpetrator behind the spyware targeting law firms, banks and strategic institutions in at least three countries.
On July 27, Microsoft security researchers claimed that Austria-based DSIRF is behind a digital spyware program used to ... Read more
European or not, ensure your AI business clings to EU Data Laws
As the world moves toward a new age defined by machine learning and artificial intelligence, the very basis of numerous modern tech is being scrutinized by policymakers.
Data is essential to refine any cutting-edge technology and will grow significantly as we develop more advanced ML, and AI mod... Read more
A second probe into Google’s ad practices launched by Britain
A second probe into Google's Advertising practices was launched by British Competition Regulators on Thursday, indicating that the tech giant may be favoring its own services by distorting competition.
The competition and market authority (CMA) recent probe follows up on the investigation into F... Read more
Shopify lawyers up as governments increase pressure on tech industry
Shopify is starting to expand its government affairs teams in the US and Europe by recruiting top Silicon Valley firm lobbyists with experience on both sides of the Atlantic.
Regulators and government agencies worldwide have started to put pressure on the most renowned digital agencies during th... Read more
‘Regulation of cloud providers only leads to problems’
Regulating the integration of telecom services and public cloud environments mainly creates problems, Forbes states in a recent article.
According to Forbes, it has become increasingly normal for telecom operators to move parts of their processes and services to the public cloud. Partly for reas... Read more