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Cyberspace utopia is here: a fashion show in your living room

Just imagine that you are sitting in your living room while holograms of models are walking the catwalk in front...
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The state of privacy in Europe: what changed in 2020?

Across the EU, this has been an eventful year in the world of privacy, with new regulations, controversial court rulings...
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Is PayPal's crypto move a game-changer for bitcoin?

PayPal's decision to open its network to bitcoin and its rivals was hailed by virtual coin enthusiasts as a watershed...
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Coronavirus is raising people’s fears of the digital world

One third of Britons feel vulnerable online, according to YouGov polling. Thanks to the deleterious effects of the coronavirus pandemic,...
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She shaved her hair to prove that the Tech Big Bang is unisex

More women than men lost their jobs because of the pandemic. As the fourth industrial revolution, or the Tech Big...
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How human-AI collaboration could kickstart the economy

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Back in the early 80's, offices were still full of typewriters rather than computers. Visionaries such as Steve Jobs preached that personal...
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Do we need anti-drone technology to keep airports safe?

Just before the Christmas holidays in 2018, the UK's second largest airport, Gatwick, was shut after drones were sighted near...
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Tsikhanouskaya supporter: de-anonymization technologies are breaking Lukashenko’s repressive machine

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“De-anonymization technologies have a depressing effect on Lukashenko's repressive machine, followed by a refusal to show violence, unwillingness to carry...
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Using source code protection to prevent hacks to your mobile apps

I'm sure we're all familiar with stories of popular websites being hacked, or of IT systems in airlines and banks...
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The problem with predictive policing and pre-crime algorithms

For decades, technology has enabled police forces to leverage valuable insights from crime data. Crime pattern analysis (CPA) have also...
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Brazil’s attempt to curb fake news

President Jair Bolsonaro is against the so-called fake news bill in Brazil, saying it’s going to hurt freedom of expression....
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What is the ‘New Normal’ for cybersecurity after COVID?

As countries around the world adapt to prolonged exposure to COVID-19, there have been numerous assessments as to just what...
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The ransomware ‘industry’ is becoming more commercial and professional than ever

Recently my wife’s hospital trust in the UK received a rather aggressive sounding email demanding large sums of money or...
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Anett Madi-Nator: with so few women in cybersecurity, pay gap is not an issue

President of  Women4Cyber Foundation Anett Madi-Nator in an interview with CyberNews expressed a wish to reach gender neutrality in the...
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A job that robots won’t be able to steal - being a superhuman

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Soon, robots will take over mundane tasks, and therefore people will have more time to be creative at their jobs....
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How to unblock Grindr

Grindr is a key component of the dating lives of millions of LGBTQ+ people. It’s how they connect with each...
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Tomorrow Unlocked: Hacking In Healthcare

Earlier this year, German police attributed a patient's death to a cyberattack for the first time ever, after a ransomware...
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How fictional is the Black Mirror dystopia?

“If technology is a drug - and it does feel like a drug - then what, precisely, are the side...
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Should the internet be a human right?

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We rage at internet outages as loudly as losing water and electricity. There are more than seven billion people on...
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Why is your personal health information worth 350 dollars on the black market?

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A woman who died in Duesseldorf University Hospital during a ransomware attack might be the first victim linked to a...
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