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A House committee approves a second bill, despite concerns about consumer privacy
The ruling from an appeals court could lead to claims from millions of British users
A 'special rapporteur' is to be appointed for a period of three years
The two suspects are wanted for their alleged roles in operating an ID theft and hacking site
The suit claims Apple misled consumers about how much space iOS 8 takes up.
Tanzania, Zambia also among countries imposing prison sentences on mobile operators who do not provide quality telecom services
A group of lawmakers reintroduces legislation to allow government agencies giving up spectrum to share in auction proceeds
Uber keeps operating its UberPop service despite a court ban and €100,000 in fines
A broad probe into Europe's e-commerce sector will show whether companies are restricting cross-border purchases
The agency was responding to charges that it had overruled staff objections
Facebook accused of stealing data center plan... States object to Radio Shack sale of personal data... EU to probe e-commerce companies
A British company says Facebook stole its design for prefabricated data centers
The company will pay $7.7 million for violations of terrorism, WMD, Iran and Cuba sanctions.
Bankruptcy sale is said to include millions of customer names and addresses.
Geo-blocking strikes the EU's digital chief as old fashioned