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'Readily available' consumer spyware apps could violate raft of Aussie laws
YouTube finds influence campaign tied to Hong Kong protests
Google moots open standards to limit user web tracking
Bravura swallows finance SaaS vendor Midwinter for $50m
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EU Google antitrust case goes another round
Competition regulator seeks further concessions.
Sep 9 2014 6:51AM
Banks boost R&D spend despite tax incentive changes
NAB leans on tech vendors for ongoing investment.
Jan 22 2013 7:22AM
Senate passes 'lite' data retention laws
Australia gets closer to European treaty.
Aug 22 2012 5:30PM
Cops get powers to freeze telco subscriber data
Updated: Australia gets closer to acceding to EU cybercrime convention.
Aug 22 2012 3:16PM
ACTA treaty faces European rejection
More protests planned.
Jun 1 2012 10:41AM
Cybercrime bill passed lower house
Aug 25 2011 4:44PM
Cybercrime bill passes lower house unchanged
Aug 24 2011 1:04PM
IBM opens European advanced security centre
Big Blue sets up a security institute in Brussels, helping firms come together to learn about threats and how to deal with them.
Apr 1 2011 12:30PM
Cyber attacks target European Commission
Ahead of important summit.
Mar 25 2011 12:11PM
Hackers pwn EC on eve of Libya, nukes conference
Second targeted attack against European nations in two weeks.
Mar 25 2011 10:47AM
Leaked ACTA document reveals push for criminal sanctions
Copyright infringement could be punished by jail terms.
Jun 25 2010 7:15AM
Google to compromise with European data officials
But Australian investigation stalled.
Jun 2 2010 6:56AM
MEPs still unhappy with Swift data privacy implications
Plan to allow US snooping on European bank transactions needs tighter
Apr 23 2010 10:31AM
European Parliament joins ACTA protests
Calls for more MEPs to sign declaration against ACTA secrecy.
Mar 9 2010 10:23AM
Microsoft responds to EU browser decision
Believes move will resolve anti-competition concerns.
Dec 18 2009 6:53AM
European Commission warming to Oracle
Sun takeover looks more likely.
Dec 15 2009 6:35AM
EU sanctions 'three strikes' rule for illegal file sharers
Telecom Reform Package details agreed.
Nov 6 2009 6:37AM
European Commission publishes Intel anti-trust evidence
Emails show how the chipmaker squeezed rival AMD.
Sep 22 2009 6:50AM
Microsoft faces more EU anti-trust probes
Investigations centre on Office suite.
Jul 9 2009 6:19AM
Sweden's Pirate Party wins seat in European Parliament
A Swedish political party made up of copyright patent liberators and privacy campaigners has won a seat in the European Parliament.
Jun 9 2009 6:50AM
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