Vendors wanting to take part in the half-yearly auction for advertising spaces should submit their bids by 18th February.
The internet of things means more devices will have a microphone, loudspeaker and network connection. Expect disruption if Google links this trend to newer comms protocols.
The Australian public enquiry is the first of its kind, so will likely influence decisions made by other authorities around the world.
Chairman Joe Simons of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) defended a settlement that some commentators called ‘meager’.
Google has a cunning plan to ‘enhance’ your privacy by forcing you to accept cookies which rival browsers increasingly block.
History tells us plenty about the reasons tech businesses fail, but telcos are in great danger anyway.
Google wrongfully tracked the browsing of iPhone Safari users. However, campaign group Google You Owe Us did not show users had suffered ‘damage’ in the sense required by UK law.
Google’s leaders refuse to respect privacy. Their latest location monitoring scandal demands harsh penalties.
We must be wary of the misinformation spread by US politicians who are financed by big businesses that actively undermine telcos worldwide.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon and Comcast oppose new online privacy rights for Californians.