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Children at nursery school in the UK know how to swipe phones but not how to play with their toys, say worried teachers, amid government spending to transform schools into academies.
Google is running a “protection racket” designed to build its own digital “superstate”, according to Mathias Döpfner, the man behind some of Europe’s best-selling newspapers.
The FBI has been criticised for its ongoing "Next Generation Identification" programme that has the capability of storing 52 million scans of peoples faces, whether criminal or not.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan still has it in for Twitter, now he's looking to crack down on Twitter using the country’s tax laws.
A new work agreement is being enforced by France to prevent workers checking emails and using professional devices after they have finished working for the day.
A report from Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary has found police forces in England and Wales to be woefully under-prepared in dealing with cyber-attack, whether local or national.
The US Navy will be test firing a new type of weapon at sea in 2016. Named the railgun, it is capable of hitting a target up to 200 miles away ten times in a minute.
The BBC's Digital Media Initiative, started in 2006, has been labelled a "complete failure" and a waste of license fee payer's money by watchdog the Public Accounts Committee.
The Decentralised Citizens Engagement Technologies group has launched its service in a handful of countries in the hope that it can improve privacy awareness and democratic participation.
The Ministry of Defence has secured the purchase of a fully automated mannequin to use as a test dummy for the armed forces against chemical, biological and radioactive agents.
Amid claims that it violated citizens privacy and respect, the EU Court of Justice has nullified a previous directive that allowed the storing of data on communications for up to two years.