Sceptical about Facebook's conversion to privacy evangelist? You're not alone...
GDPR was one enabler for change at Travel Visa Company.
Huawei’s answer to the accusations made against it is to accept every point made against it, whether evidence exists or not, and test more than any other comms vendor to prove the claims unwarranted.
Humbled, repentent and only looking at a $5 billion fine, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should thank his lucky stars.
A brow-beating from Donald Trump wasn't going to take the edge off Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's good day.
Avoiding a race to bottom on selling AI to unsuitable buyers is only one part of an increasingly complicated set of arguments around ethics, says Microsoft's Chief Legal Officer.
The spat between the US and Huawei, was front and centre, to left and right, above and underneath just about every discussion.
A leading European Commission representative strikes a 'come and join us' tone in Washington, but is anyone listening?
Can Brussels do what Google can't - deliver an ethical framework for AI with which we can all agree?
Enterprise hits and misses - cybersecurity leaks, privacy falters, and Google Cloud raises their enterprise bet
This week, in a travel version of hits/misses - cybersecurity stats that startle, and privacy gaffes that irritate. Plus: Google Cloud ups their enterprise game - and analysts weigh in. Your whiffs include the triumph of fussy babies in flight.
President Donald Trump is fond of tariffs and trade wars and there are more to come on the digital economy front.
France passes the first stage of a unilateral digital tax that would hit US tech firms. Washington isn't pleased.