Telcos increasingly make money by exploiting exclusive rights to sports. Is the law on their side?
What would you give for a cup of coffee? This video from Cifas shows how people risk identity theft by sharing their Facebook profile with strangers.
The external appearance of the device made by conceptual artist Julian Oliver gives no hint of the trickery which lies inside.
Oxford academics found two privacy flaws which allow WiFi devices to track mobile phones.
A Swedish court was the first one to apply an important recent decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Sharing a photograph of a building or statue can be a copyright infringement, even if it is in the background… and a Pokémon is standing in front of it.
Biometric technology has improved rapidly in recent years. We should be keen to adopt biometrics that will prevent fraud, whilst remaining mindful of the many risks.
A dissenting legal opinion in the UK may show the route to a European decision to reduce the costs being shouldered by ISPs when rightholders seek to protect their copyrights.
The ability to create a substitute finger shows why even biometric controls need to be supplemented by other lines of defense.
The French music industry wanted Microsoft to filter searches for pirated music, but the filter was too broad.