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ICO fines the UK arm of Yahoo over its notorious 2014 hack.
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Growing cost of email attacks linked to increasing risk of employee behaviour.
Users can still access the forums, but don't expect any Microsoft employees to respond.
New legislation means that consumer may see big changes in their internet services.
Europe might fall behind North America in 5G adoption within half a decade.
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IBM unveils plans to launch 18 new availability zones across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Chinese tech giant has one more chance according to the US trade adviser.
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Securing your network and the data stored on it is a key step to complying with the new regulation.
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The open source nature of Linux allows developers to avoid being constrained by a closed ecosystem.
June’s NAACL conference saw machine learning specialists from technology company Iprova present a paper introducing a new and effective method for the unsupervised training of machine learning algorithms to infer sentence embeddings.
Religious organisation hit with £100,000 fine after data of 417,000 users was affected.
GDPR-related jobs are making up for the flat line in new vacancies.
Some believe machines could do their work - right now.
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A solutions architect can be instrumental in helping your startup's technology and products fit the needs of your customers.
Patterson will remain in the role until a successor is chosen later this year.
Deep learning could lead to the next breakthrough in cyber defence.
European Commission finds Google treated device manufacturers unfairly.
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Good governance is much easier to achieve with the right QA tools in place.
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The fine has been paid, the ban lifted.
That doesn't mean it won't work with the military.