Privacy International, the European Consumer Organisation and some US lawmakers have raised concerns about Google's access to sensitive health data if it acquires Fitbit.
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Apple and Google to harness phones for coronavirus infection tracking
New tools could enable people and health authorities to track the virus using bluetooth proximity data from their smartphones.
Self-driving car engineer Anthony Levandowski was charged with stealing documents containing trade secrets.
There are lots of people telling us how concerned we should be about giving up our data - but almost no one can tell us exactly why. And even fewer people are reminding us that privacy is a small price to pay for what tech platforms have created for our lives, economies and societies.
The European Court of Justice is hearing Google's appeal over a 2017 sanction for anti-competitive behaviour.
Data protection, copy right, and digital tax. As the EU tries to regulate internet sectors big American companies boost their lobbying in the European capital
The French Finance Minister has warned the United States against retaliatory tariffs in response to the French Digital Tax.
The US Trade Representative is holding a public hearing on Tuesday to discuss a response; it's already condemned the French measures as protectionist.
“Alphabet and Google no longer need two CEOs and a President," Brin and Page said in a blog announcement on Tuesday.
Google's streamed gaming platform Stadia launches with high expectations- but it's still early days for the ambitious project.
Far from being a safe haven where diverse voices can be heard and respected, new media platforms are often reflecting the worst prejudices of the older media when it comes to minorities - including women.
Google will buy Fitbit for almost 2 billion euros, trying to succeed at the market for fitness trackers and smart watches.
Fitbit makes wearable devices that can track and store intimate health data such as heart rate, quality and length of sleep, daily steps, and distance covered during exercise.
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.
Google says its so-called quantum computer solved a problem in minutes that would take today's best supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
The tech giant has been called out for funding companies who do not support environmental reform.
On 3 October 2019, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel and US Attorney General William Barr signed a bilateral agreement paving the way for UK and US law enforcement agencies to obtain data more quickly from electronic service providers operating in each jurisdiction.
Google wins 'right-to-be-forgotten' fight with France
Tech giants were once praised as engines of economic growth but have increasingly come under fire for allegedly misusing their clout.
Google announced on Thursday that it was shutting down 210 YouTube channels that were behaving in a "coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong".
Google appears to be in the firing line again for anti-competitive behaviour in Europe. The European Union is being urged to investigate the US tech giant's jobs search tool.
The tech giant is taking a leap of faith into the world of sustainability, with three pledges to integrate ethics into the brand.
The most exclusive event on the A-list calendar centred around environmental concerns this year. But were they missing something?
The EU has launched a formal investigation into how Amazon uses data from other merchants selling goods on its websites.