The Saudi Arabian government came close to buying control of Italian surveillance software company Hacking Team, notorious for selling its product to undemocratic regimes, according to hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks.
Disgruntled employees deny planning to sell an antidote to the company's surveillance software
Italian police have shut down a Dark Web marketplace offering illegal goods ranging from child pornography to forged luncheon vouchers, and seized 11,000 bitcoin wallets worth about 1 million euros, authorities said Friday.
The Italian parliament wants to have its say in the creation of an international legal framework promoting freedom, equality and access to cyberspace for all, and on Tuesday it presented a Declaration of Internet Rights that it will bring to the Internet Governance Forum in Brazil in November.
A court rejected a fine against TripAdvisor for allegedly publishing misleading information
The CEO told reporters in Rome there are 'no problems for security' if customers follow instructions
Leading Italian political and intellectual heavweights get caught up in Twitter controversies
Crowdsourcing design site CoContest threatens established architects
Economics researcher relayed the message publicly on Twitter and subsequently lodged a complaint
Judge says UberPop's smartphone app is provoking a rapid growth in illegal taxi services.
Customers sometimes found they were receiving the services without their full knowledge and explicit consent
Italy's Privacy Authority has ordered the first removals of Web pages from Google's search engine under the provisions of last May's European Court of Justice ruling on the "right to be forgotten."
Italy's Antitrust Authority has imposed a €500,000 (US$609,000) fine on TripAdvisor, the travel planning website, following complaints of unfair business practices by a national hoteliers' association and a consumer protection organization.
Fight brews over who gets control of Metroweb