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Computer maker Hewlett Packard (HP) names former SAP chief executive Leo Apotheker as its boss.
The European Commission takes the UK to court for failing to comply with EU rules on internet privacy.
A London law firm has pledged to continue to target file sharers, despite recent controversy surrounding the use of customers' data by another law firm.
A bill aimed at ensuring the equality of all net traffic in the US has been withdrawn as partisan politics stymies the effort.
Is Mark Zuckerberg the devious, egomaniac of the Facebook film?
Many Android apps send personal data without users knowing the information is being gathered, reveals research.
An audio history of the US is at risk of disappearing unless legal and procedural changes are urgently made, researchers say.
BT is to bring fibre broadband to 90% of homes in Cornwall in the UK's biggest such roleout.
BT is to provide super-fast broadband to up to 90% of homes in Cornwall, in the biggest fibre optic roll-out in the UK to date.