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Google announced it reached “quantum supremacy," a technological achievement that has huge repercussions, not only for the company and its role in the world but for all of us individuals who want to maintain a semblance of the right to privacy.
Here's a clue: It's not Switzerland.
FaceApp has gone viral this week, but many users on social media have raised concerns surrounding privacy and facial recognition. Do these concerns have any basis?
Elections are becoming “increasingly datafied” as political parties tap into big data to target their messaging and this could have a “significant impact” at the ballot box, Britain’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said on Wednesday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will face MEPs’ questions following the Cambridge Analytica scandal in the European Parliament, its president said on Wednesday.
Facebook’s two billion users may get the full benefit of the European Union’s stringent data protection regulations
Security officials in the UK, US and Australia have accused Russia of hacking into millions of machines and using them as part of an espionage campaign against the West since 2015.
While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces a Senate grilling, Euronews looks at how far the EU's new data protection law would go to protect those online.
At least 87 million Facebook profiles were harvested by political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica starting in 2014. Here’s how you can find out if your information was leaked, and how to delete it.
How Cambridge Analytica accessed the user profiles of 87 million people and what they did with your data, explained.
It comes after a man was stabbed to death in the English capital on Sunday – the 12th homicide in a span of 19 days.
Where are you more likely to work 50-hour weeks, and in which countries will you have more time to relax and have fun? New rankings reveal which European countries are best — and worst — for work and play.
Good news for European tourism? Half of the 20 most popular sites are located in the EU.
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange accuses the CIA of 'devastating incompetence' and says it will give details of the agency's hacking tools to tech companies.
In this edition of Insiders, we explore online privacy and data protection in Europe
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
UK has just legalised the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.
Perhaps you don't like details from your private life appearing on search engine results? Don't worry: you can take control of your web presence and protect your privacy.
The agreement which allowed major international companies to transfer data about their customers across the Atlantic was ruled illegal last…
The European Parliament has backed sharing airline passenger data across the EU as part of the fight against terrorism. The European Commission first
From the outside, it looks like an enormous, anonymous grey warehouse. Inside #Facebook's Swedish #datacentre - visual tour #servers #network
EU governments on Monday backed sweeping changes to the bloc’s data protection laws, saying there should be one set of rules for all 28 member
Big Data is a big idea circulating in the worlds of government, business and academia which, its supporters say, promises to revolutionise the way we
CeBit – the digital industry’s biggest trade fair – has opened its doors. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron