Streaming giant Netflix announced plans earlier this year to curb password sharing, where multiple people use the same credentials to log in to an account. It said the widespread practice cuts into its revenue and announced plans to start banning accounts in March. […]
English judge rejects damages claim brought on behalf of 1.6m people based on NHS data transferred to Google
A judge of the High Court of England and Wales has dismissed a representative claim for misuse of private information brought against Google UK arising from […]
8 out of 100 students are now on the NDIS.
Over 15 years ago, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released a figure from a […]
Like many Australians, Xin Yin Ooi found herself “obsessed” with weekly Covid updates — but then she noticed something strange.
Cooped up during Covid lockdowns, Xin Yin […]
Elon Musk’s Neuralink received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its first-in-human clinical trial, a critical milestone […]
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With an expected $2 billion ICT and digital spend in the next financial year alone, the stage was set for a large […]
Britain is writing the playbook for dictators
During my two decades in tech I’ve seen governments manufacture public outrage to serve their desire for control more times than I can count. There’s a predictable pattern […]
Research reportedly shows that the inclusion of software as part of the UK’s proposed Online Safety Bill could be used for facial recognition, a function not covered in the legislation.
The bill‘s stated […]